Rain, strong winds and snow possible on Sunday

A strong storm system is moving in, bringing heavy rain, some snow, and gusty winds to areas (mostly Monday). Before the rain moved in, temperatures warmed in many parts of New Hampshire, with highs in the 50s. Manchester South and East on Sunday. It turned even hotter Sunday evening (60 to 64 degrees!) as some heavy rain moved in from south and east of Manchester.>> Interactive Radar | TRAFFIC TRACKER Rain falls in varying intensities (sometimes heavy) overnight. That rain has turned to wet snow in northern New Hampshire, and that rain/snow line will work its way south a short distance into early Monday. In western parts of central and southern New Hampshire, the rain will turn to wet snow during the Monday AM commute. It will be very breezy, mainly along the coast overnight, with gusts of 30-35 mph possible. A few scattered power outages are possible, mainly along the coast overnight, but strong winds will cease to the southeast.>> National Weather Service Warnings and Notices and Bulletins Strong west/northwest winds (from) across the state through Monday. from morning to afternoon), resulting in scattered power outages. Those winds will peak at 30-40 mph. Rain will be heavy at times with 1-3 inches across the state. A few isolated overdoses are possible. A flood watch is in effect for all of New Hampshire except for Goose County until Monday evening. Some flooding is possible further north due to heavy rain and melting snow, and road ponding is possible across the state. Small rivers and streams will begin to rise overnight into Monday, with minor flooding in some areas. Major rivers will continue to rise Monday and into Tuesday. Minor flooding may occur in some low-lying areas. Street flooding is possible in some areas during the Monday night and morning commute. Up to 10″ of snow will accumulate in parts of northern New Hampshire by Monday afternoon in the northern and northwestern parts of the state. Up to 10″ of snow will accumulate in parts of northern New Hampshire. Precipitation will end far south on Monday and early afternoon Monday morning as those strong west/northwest winds weaken Monday night. North Monday 1 a.m. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for Coos County from 1:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Roads in northern and western New Hampshire will be slippery for the Monday morning commute, and muddy elsewhere. Be weather alert! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and turn on push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts based on your location and/or up to three zip codes.In addition, you can get word when precipitation is coming to your area.Follow the Storm Watch 9 team on social media:Mike Haddad: Facebook | XKevin Skarupa: Facebook | XHayley LaPoint: Facebook | XJacqueline Thomas: Facebook | XMatt Hoenig: Facebook | X

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A strong storm system is moving in, bringing heavy rain, some snow and gusty winds to areas (mostly Monday).

Before the rain moved in, temperatures warmed across much of New Hampshire, with highs in the 50s from south and east of Manchester on Sunday. It turned even hotter Sunday evening (60 to 64 degrees!) south and east of Manchester as some heavy rain moved in.

>> Interactive Radar | Traffic Supervisor

Rain of varying intensity (sometimes heavy) overnight. That rain has turned to wet snow in northern New Hampshire, and that rain/snow line will work its way south a short distance into early Monday. In western parts of central and southern New Hampshire, the rain will turn to wet snow during the Monday morning commute.

It will be very breezy, mainly along the coast overnight, with gusts of 30-35 mph possible. A few scattered power outages are likely mainly along the coast overnight, but strong winds will stop to our southeast.

>> National Weather Service warnings and bulletins

By Monday, westerly/northwesterly winds will prevail across the state (morning to afternoon), resulting in scattered power outages. Wind gusts of 30-40 mph.

Heavy rain at times, with 1-3 inches across the state. A few isolated overdoses are possible.

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A flood watch is in effect for all of New Hampshire except Goose County until Monday evening. Some flooding is possible further north due to heavy rain and melting snow, and road ponding is possible across the state.

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Small rivers and streams will begin to rise overnight into Monday, with minor flooding in some areas. Major rivers will continue to rise Monday and into Tuesday. Minor flooding may occur in some low-lying areas. Street flooding is possible in some areas during the Monday night and morning commute.

Up to 10″ of snow could accumulate in parts of northern New Hampshire by Monday afternoon in the northern and northwestern parts of the state and several inches of snow.

As strong west/northwesterly winds continue, showers will move south late Monday morning and end in the evening. Winds will weaken on Monday night.

A winter storm warning is in effect for northern Coos County from 1 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday.

Roads will remain slippery in northern and western New Hampshire for the Monday morning commute, and road flooding is a concern elsewhere.

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