WMUR Weather Text Forecast

WMUR Weather Text Forecast

Spring-like warmth is expected in some communities today. Scattered showers and heavy rain are possible late this afternoon and into the evening. It will be colder, but still mild in the coming days, as we see a sharp change in our weather by Tuesday. A warm day is coming as temperatures rise into the 50s this afternoon with some sunshine, especially in southern New Hampshire. High temperatures are possible in places such as Manchester and Portsmouth. It will still be mild in the north, but more clouds will keep our temperatures in the 40s to near 50 degrees. And along the coast, tides will be astronomically high this weekend. Minor coastal flooding is possible at high tide today, shortly after 11am. Some scattered showers and heavy rain will develop late this afternoon and continue into this evening. A rumble of thunder is also possible. The weather improves tonight with lows in the 30s. Snow will fall in the far north on Sunday, while southern areas will get some sunshine and a stronger breeze. The weather remains mild with afternoon highs in the 40s. Partly sunny and still mild on Monday, then we track a possible storm on Tuesday. Right now, the latest trends show a period of snow accumulation in central and southern New Hampshire. We will need to monitor the storm’s path in the coming days, as this will have a significant impact on snow totals.

Spring-like warmth is expected in some communities today. Scattered showers and heavy rain are possible late this afternoon and into the evening. It will be colder, but still mild in the coming days, as we see a sharp change in our weather by Tuesday.

A warm day is coming as temperatures rise into the 50s this afternoon with some sunshine, especially in southern New Hampshire. High temperatures are possible in places such as Manchester and Portsmouth. It will still be mild up north, but more clouds will keep our temperatures in the 40s near 50 degrees.

Along the coast, tides will be astronomically high this weekend. Minor coastal flooding is possible at high tide today, shortly after 11am.

Scattered rain is expected to fall this afternoon and continue until this evening. A rumble of thunder is also possible. Clearing tonight with lows in the 30s.

Snow will fall in the far north on Sunday, while southern areas will get some sunshine and a stronger breeze. Remains mild with afternoon highs in the 40s.

Partly sunny and still mild on Monday, then we track a possible storm on Tuesday. Right now, the latest trends show a period of snow accumulation in central and southern New Hampshire. We will need to monitor the storm’s path in the coming days, as this will have a significant impact on snow totals.

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