Marching in with More Snow
2015-02-26 12:37:32.000 – Kaitlyn O’Brien, Weather Observer/Education Specialist
As February vacation week continues for most of southern New Hampshire, it looks as though Mother Nature may deliver some additional fresh snow before vacation ends!
Currently an area of low pressure is sitting well to our east, and will bring cloud cover through the evening into early Friday morning. Once the coastal low passes, strong high pressure will quickly build in from the west, bringing persistently clear skies through the weekend. Things will change by the end of the weekend, however, as another area of low pressure will move in, bringing a chance for snow starting Sunday evening and continuing into Monday.
GFS forecast for 1AM Monday March 2. Low pressure moving in may deliver some snow to New England. Courtesy of the University of Washington, Department of Atmospheric Science
By 1PM Monday, the storm strengthens offshore and may continue to provide a few additional snow showers on the backside as it departs.
Looking ahead into next week, strong high pressure will follow Monday’s system and by Wednesday, models are indicating even another possibility for some snow. We’ll keep you posted!
Kaitlyn O’Brien, Weather Observer/Education Specialist