Snow, Mix, Rain for Sunday, Monday

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A winter storm made landfall in New Hampshire Sunday night and is likely to bring significant snow totals to some areas. The alert is in effect for the same period for the immediate coast and only until 7 pm on Monday for the mountains and the north of the country. >> Weather Alerts STORM TIMELINES now developing in most communities between 5pm and 8pm, with rain or winter mix expected from Nashua to Dover and towards the coast. Periods of moderate to heavy snow are possible overnight in inland areas of southern and central New Hampshire. Eventually, the cooler air will return to the coast, turning any rain or wintry mix into snow by noon on Monday. Snow will fall lightly (and sometimes heavier) throughout the day on Monday and into the evening. Areas closer to shore may not even see snow accumulation until noon on Monday, so be prepared for a slow overnight drive along 95 as persistent swaths of snow appear.>> View Timeline hour by hour: –PROJECT SNOW SLOTS There is likely to be an accumulation of about 6 to 10 inches of snow in the Monadnock region to Concord in the Lakes region. There may be isolated totals closer to a foot. About 3-6 inches is possible from Manchester and Nashua towards Dover, while the immediate coastline may only see a few inches or less because rain and mixing is expected before more steady snow occurs. Totals will also be lower north of the White Mountains, where the duration of snow will be limited to just a few hours. TRAVEL IMPACTS Travel will be impacted beginning late Sunday evening and during Monday morning and evening commutes. Snow covered roads will make the journey very slippery. Wind gusts will also reduce visibility. POTENTIAL FOR OUTAGES In addition, several inches of wet, slushy snow could create the risk of a few isolated power outages, as many members may still have snow from Friday’s storm. Winds will also hit around 25-30mph, adding to disruption concerns. Higher gusts are possible behind this system late Monday night. ANOTHER STORM IN THE MIDDLE OF THE WEEK? The sun returns on Tuesday, with some snow showers later in the day in the north. Another winter weather system moves in the afternoon from Wednesday to Thursday. At the moment, it looks like this system will bring either snow or a winter mix, with southern zones seeing precipitation change to rain. Stay tuned to the Storm Watch 9 team for updates. Pay attention to the weather! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and enable push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and/or up to three zip codes. Also, you can receive news when precipitation is coming to your area. Follow the Storm Watch 9 team on social media:Mike Haddad: Facebook | TwitterKevin Skarupa: Facebook | Twitter Hayley LaPoint: Facebook | TwitterJacqueline Thomas: Facebook | TwitterMatt Hoenig: Facebook | twitter

A winter storm made landfall in New Hampshire Sunday night and is likely to bring significant snow totals to some areas.

A winter storm warning is in effect from 7 p.m. Sunday through 10 p.m. Monday for most of New Hampshire south of the White Mountains, while a winter weather warning is in effect for the same period for the immediate coastline. and only until 7 pm on Monday for the mountains and the North Country.

>> Weather Alerts

STORM TIMELINE

Snow is developing in most communities between 5pm and 8pm, with rain or winter mix expected from Nashua to Dover and towards the coast.

Periods of moderate to heavy snow are possible overnight in inland areas of southern and central New Hampshire. Eventually, the cooler air will return to the coast, turning any rain or wintry mix into snow by noon on Monday.

Snow will fall lightly (and sometimes heavier) throughout the day on Monday and into the evening.

Areas closer to the coast may not even see snow accumulation until noon on Monday, so be prepared for a slow overnight drive along 95 as persistent swathes of snow appear.

>> View the hourly timeline:

DESIGNED SNOW QUANTITIES

There is likely to be an accumulation of about 6 to 10 inches of snow in the Monadnock to Concord region of the Lakes Region. There may be isolated totals closer to a foot. About 3-6 inches is possible from Manchester and Nashua towards Dover, while the immediate coastline may only see a few inches or less because rain and mixing is expected before more steady snow occurs.

snow fall projection

Totals will also be lower north of the White Mountains, where snow duration will be limited to just a few hours.

TRAVEL IMPACTS

Travel will be affected from late Sunday evening and during Monday morning and evening shifts. Snow covered roads will make the journey very slippery.

Travel Impacts in New Hampshire

Wind gusts will also reduce visibility.

POTENTIAL FOR INTERRUPTIONS

Additionally, several inches of wet, slushy snow could create the risk of a few isolated power outages, as many members may still have snow from Friday’s storm.

Forecast of wind gusts

Winds will also hit around 25-30mph, adding to disruption concerns. Higher gusts are possible behind this system on Monday night.

ANOTHER STORM IN THE MIDDLE OF THE WEEK?

The sun returns on Tuesday, with some snow showers later in the day in the north.

Another winter weather system moves in the afternoon from Wednesday to Thursday. At the moment, it looks like this system will bring either snow or a wintry mix, with southern zones seeing precipitation change to rain.

Stay tuned to the Storm Watch 9 team for updates.

Be aware of the weather! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and enable push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and/or up to three zip codes. Also, you can receive news when precipitation is coming to your area.

Follow the Storm Watch 9 team on social media:

#Snow #Mix #Rain #Sunday #Monday

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