Super Bowl Sunday & Snowy Monday!

2015-02-01 19:23:05.000 – Kaitlyn O’Brien, Weather Observer/Education Specialist


While all is relatively quiet for now, tomorrow will be a different story. As an area of low pressure heads our way, much of New Hampshire will see snow. Right now, it’s looking like the heaviest accumulations will occur in the southern half of the state where totals may reach up to a foot in some areas. In the northern half of the state, less snow is expected where accumulations will likely be more on the order of 6-8 inches. Behind this area of low pressure, winds will increase and cold arctic air will surge into New England allowing temperatures to drop mid-week. 
In other news, it’s hard to believe it’s the first of February already! January certainly flew by. On the Rockpile tonight, we’re hanging out with the NH State Park crew and watching the Super Bowl. Go Patriots! 


Kaitlyn O’Brien, Weather Observer/Education Specialist

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