New Hampshire Weather Forecast: Several inches of snow

Several inches of snow are possible in New Hampshire. A major winter storm is moving across the state. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for Sullivan, Cheshire, Merrimack, Hillsborough, Belknap, Carroll, South Grafton, Strafford and Rockingham counties. Saturday evening to Sunday evening. A winter weather advisory is in effect for southern Coos and northern Grafton counties until Sunday evening. Time Saturday After a few flurries and light snow showers ahead of the storm, steady snow will move southwest to northeast through Saturday night. >> INTERACTIVE RADAR STORM WILL START IN SOUTHERN PARTS AFTER 7 OR 8 PM AND TRACK NORTH FROM 2 AM SUNDAY.>> LATEST LIST OF SNOW CLOSES WILL CONTINUE TO FALL AT MODERATE TO HEAVY RATE OVERNIGHT AND CONTINUE THROUGHOUT DAY. Sunday. In the afternoon, snow will intensify slightly and begin to taper off between 7pm and 8pm Sunday after sunset>> NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WARNINGS AND NOTICES Strong winds should not be a factor in this storm, so the risk of outages is low. However, a few scattered outages cannot be ruled out because of snow accumulation on some weak branches or power lines. A few gusts of up to 30 mph are possible.>> Hour-by-hour forecast for the storm: Sunday's travel will be difficult, especially in the southern and central parts of the morning. Sunshine will return on Monday, which will aid cleanup efforts. MOUNTS Much of southern and central New Hampshire should see 6 to 12 inches of snow and isolated heavy snow. Lower totals are possible north of the Lakes region, but many places north of Meredith could see totals of at least 4 to 6 inches. Snow consistency will be wetter in the south and southeast, and fluffier north and west of Manchester, where the air will be cooler.>> Download the free WMUR app to get updates on the go: Apple | Google Play <

New Hampshire could see several inches of snow as a major winter storm moves through the state.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for Sullivan, Cheshire, Merrimack, Hillsborough, Belknap, Carroll, South Grafton, Strafford and Rockingham counties for Saturday evening through Sunday evening.

A winter weather advisory is in effect for southern Coos and northern Grafton counties through Sunday evening.

Time

After a few flurries and light snow showers ahead of Saturday's storm, steady snow will move southwest to northeast through Saturday night.

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The storm will begin after 7 or 8 pm in southern areas before moving north between midnight and 2 am on Sunday.

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Snow will continue to fall at moderate to heavy rates overnight and continue throughout the day Sunday. In the afternoon, snow will intensify and begin to taper off after sunset before ending Sunday night between 7pm and 8pm.

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Strong winds shouldn't be a factor in this storm, so the risk of outages is low. However, a few scattered outages cannot be ruled out because of snow accumulation on some weak branches or power lines. A few gusts of up to 30 mph are possible.

>> Hour by hour forecast for the storm:

Sunday travel, especially in the southern and central parts of the morning, will be difficult.

Sunshine will return on Monday, which will help cleanup efforts.

Amounts

Much of southern and central New Hampshire should see isolated high amounts of 6 to 12 inches of snow. Lower totals are possible north of the Lakes region, but many places north of Meredith could see totals of at least 4 to 6 inches.

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The consistency of the snow will be wetter in the south and south-east, and the air will be colder north and west of Manchester.

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Mixed rain or showers are not expected as it will be cold enough for snow. However, as late as two hours Saturday night, there may be some periods of immediate coastal mixing.

The forecast of snow accumulation can change with any small change in the projected track of the storm.

Another storm next week?

There will be a gap between storm systems on Monday, which will feature sunshine.

The next storm system arrived Tuesday evening and stuck around throughout Wednesday, but the storm's path remains unclear. A storm may initially bring snow before turning to rain, a mixture of rain and snow throughout its duration, or mostly snow.

However, Wednesday will feature stormy weather at this time due to a storm system with strong winds.

Stay tuned to the Storm Watch 9 team for updates.

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