New Hampshire Snow Forecast: Light snow and coastal flooding

New Hampshire Snow Forecast: Light snow and coastal flooding

A storm will hit New Hampshire to the south on Tuesday, bringing some snow showers to southern areas and threatening flooding on the coast. A coastal flood warning is in effect for the New Hampshire coast, with worrying high tides expected. Peak Tuesday afternoon at 1:46 p.m. >> National Weather Service Advisories and Bulletins Light snow showers are possible in parts of southern New Hampshire during the morning commute with dust expected in some areas. The impact on travel should be low, except for drivers traveling south into Massachusetts, where more snow is expected. Any snow showers should end by mid-afternoon. >> Interactive Radar By the time the snow tapers off, an inch or two of dust could fall in the southernmost areas of New Hampshire, and more is expected further south in Massachusetts. No snow accumulation is expected north of Concord. Minimal impacts will be felt in the northern half of the state. The projected track of this system is much farther south than originally thought, shifting the main storm impacts to southern New England. >> Download the free WMUR app to get updates on the go: Apple | Google Play << Coastal Impacts Along the coast, tides have been astronomically high, and a coastal flood warning is in effect Tuesday. Minor coastal flooding is possible during Tuesday's high tide, which is at 1:46 p.m. Partial clearing is expected for most locations Tuesday night, with some snow showers developing to the north. Low temperatures will be in the teens to lower 20s, but the breeze will make it cooler than that by morning. It will be breezy on Valentine's Day Wednesday with highs in the 20s, but temperatures will feel like they're in the teens. Another chance. Light snow is expected Thursday night into Friday morning. A few inches are expected, and roads could be slippery early Friday morning. Stay with the Storm Watch 9 team for updates on the return of winter weather. Be aware of the weather! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and turn on notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geographic location and/or up to three zip codes. In addition, you can receive news when it rains in your area. Get storm coverage with the free Very Local app on your smart TV. Follow the Storm Watch 9 team on social media: Mike Haddad: Facebook | Xevin Scarupa: Facebook | Exhaeli Lapointe: Facebook | XJacqueline Thomas: Facebook | XMatt Hoenig: Facebook | X

A storm blows south into New Hampshire on Tuesday, bringing some snow showers to southern areas and threatening flooding on the coast.

A Coastal Flood Warning is in effect for the New Hampshire coast, and a worrying high tide is set to peak Tuesday afternoon at 1:46 p.m.

>> National Weather Service alerts and bulletins

Light snow showers are likely in parts of southern New Hampshire during the morning commute with dust expected in some areas. The impact on travel should be low, except for drivers traveling south into Massachusetts, where more snow is expected.

Any snow showers should end by mid-afternoon.

>> Interactive radar

By the time the snow subsides, only an inch or two of dust may fall in far southern areas of New Hampshire, with more expected further south in Massachusetts.

No snow accumulation is expected north of Concord. Minimal impacts will be felt in the northern half of the state.

The projected track of this system is farther south than originally thought, shifting the main storm impacts to southern New England.

>> Download the free WMUR app to get updates on the go: Apple | Google Apps <

Coastal influences

Along the coast, tides are astronomically high, and a coastal flood warning is in place as of Tuesday.

Concerns about the New Hampshire coast

Minor coastal flooding is possible during high tide Tuesday at 1:46 p.m

I look forward

Most areas are expected to partially clear Tuesday night, with some snow falling in the north.

Low temperatures will be in the teens and even lower 20s, but the breeze will make it cooler than that by morning.

It will be windy on Valentine’s Day Wednesday, with highs in the 20s, but temperatures will feel like they are in the teens.

Light snow for Friday

Another chance of light snow is expected Thursday night into Friday morning. A few inches are expected to fall, and roads could be slippery early Friday morning.

Stay with the Storm Watch 9 team for updates on the return of winter weather.

Be aware of the weather! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and turn on notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geographic location and/or up to three zip codes. In addition, you can get word when rainfall comes to your area.

Get storm coverage with the free Very Local app on your smart TV.

Follow the Storm Watch 9 team on social media:

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