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New Hampshire weather-updates.

Discussion in 'Weather' started by Dodgesnofiter, Jan 5, 2016.

  1. .long term /thursday through tuesday/...
    The long term pattern according to several deterministic and
    ensemble sources looks to feature a strong upper low dropping into
    the northern plains/great lakes while southern stream disturbances
    move out of the southern plains toward the northeast. After a
    couple of fair weather and warmer days thursday and friday...the
    weather looks to become somewhat unsettled. The first chance of
    precipitation will come with the first weakening southern stream
    wave friday night and saturday. This could result in a little
    light mixed precip late friday night into saturday...including the
    possibility of a little freezing drizzle away from the coast.

    A second and stronger southern stream short wave trough will eject
    out of the southern plains saturday and into the northeast for
    sunday. This could result in a somewhat substantial precipitation
    event. The main question is where the low goes...to the east or to
    our west? This will depend on the positioning of the upper low in
    the lakes and how much ridging is pumped up into the maritimes as
    the low will be steered in between. Latest consensus is a storm
    track to our west bringing rain. However...it may not take all
    that much of a pattern readjustment to allow for a slightly
    further east track and therefore more wintry scenario for sunday.
    Stay tuned.
  2. I have seen people ask for a post on individual New England state weather forecasts so here is one for NH. I am simply using the National Weather service website. Please feel free to add any updates you find out there. I am from the Monadnock area of NH, Richmond to be exact. Let the Gold fall from the sky. Thanks and good luck to all out there.
  3. By saturday...a low pressure systems will pass well to the west
    of new england. A second area of low pressure will undergo rapid
    cyclogenesis as it crosses over the great lakes and heads north
    into canada on sunday. Ahead of this system...a strong
    southeasterly flow will develop off the gulf of maine. This will
    bring rain to much of the region...as temperatures warm through a
    deep layer from south to north during the day.

    A strong cold front will pass over new england sunday
    night...ushering colder air into the region on gusty westerly
    winds. Chilly conditions will start out next week...with a gradual
    moderating trend on tuesday as high pressure settles off the mid
    atlantic coast. Another low pressure system...with a sharp
    reflection of an upper level low will approach the region on
  4. Well that plain stinks. Maybe it will ice up and we can fire up the spreaders. Anyone have different models or opinions?