Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Snowfall is possible in some areas

It will be a bright and mild Sunday afternoon, with clouds increasing Sunday night as all eyes turn to a nor’easter moving into the work week. A winter storm watch has been issued for most of central and southern New Hampshire through Wednesday. Nor’easter through late Monday A long-term nor’easter is expected to begin late Monday. A mix of rain and snow Monday afternoon through Monday evening can develop into heavy snow late Monday night into Tuesday. Winds up to 40 mph are possible on Tuesday, with winds blowing along the coast. >> Monitor the hour-by-hour forecast Although major coastal flooding is not expected, some minor beach erosion is possible around Tuesday’s pair of high tides. >> Interactive Radar | Traffic Tracker The combination of heavy, wet snow and strong winds can lead to the risk of power outages. Snowfall will be heaviest in the Monadnock region in the higher elevations of Hillsborough County, where accumulations of more than a foot are possible. A general 6-12″ is expected elsewhere, with immediate coastal mixing and slightly lower totals due to light snow northwest of the White Mountains. >> BREAKING DOWN HOW MUCH SNOW WILL FALL AND WHEN THE SNOW INTENSITY WILL DECREASE The storm begins to clear early Wednesday morning. Much nicer weather Thursday and Friday. Take us in. Be Weather Alerted: Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and turn on push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts based on your geolocation and/or three zip codes. Plus, you can get the word when precipitation is approaching your area. Storm Watch on Social Media 9 Follow the team:Mike Haddad: Facebook | TwitterKevin Skarupa: Facebook | TwitterHayley LaPoint: Facebook | Twitter Jacqueline Thomas: Facebook | TwitterMate Honig: Facebook | Twitter

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It will be a bright and mild Sunday afternoon, with clouds increasing Sunday night as all eyes turn to a nor’easter moving into the work week.

A winter storm watch has been issued for most of central and southern New Hampshire through Wednesday.

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A nor’easter will begin late Monday

A long-lasting nor’easter is expected from late Monday. A mix of rain and snow Monday afternoon through Monday evening can develop into heavy snow late Monday night into Tuesday. Winds up to 40 mph are possible on Tuesday, with winds blowing along the coast.

>> Track the hour-by-hour forecast

Although major coastal flooding is not expected, some splashing and minor beach erosion is possible around Tuesday’s pair of high tides.

>> Interactive Radar | Traffic Supervisor

A combination of heavy, wet snow and strong winds can lead to the risk of power outages.

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Snowfall will be heaviest in the Monadnock region in the higher elevations of Hillsborough County, where accumulations of more than a foot are possible. A typical 6-12″ is expected elsewhere, with somewhat lower totals along the immediate coastline due to mixing and northwest of the White Mountains due to light snow.

>> breaking down how much snow will fall and when

As the storm begins to move away early Wednesday morning, snow intensity will decrease. Much nicer weather will take us through Thursday and Friday.

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