MANCHESTER, NH — Our friends at the National Weather Service in Gray, Maine, are busy tracking a storm that is heading our way — likely bringing a few inches of snow.
According to NWS Meteorologist Maura Casey, snowfall is likely to hit New Hampshire Sunday night and that storm pattern will continue through Tuesday.
“It doesn’t mean we’re looking at snow for 36-hours straight,” Casey said. “The greatest time of impact would be midday Monday into Monday night, with accumulation of a few inches — but with the storm still three to four days out, we don’t want to get too specific about possible amounts.”
As with all weather forecasting, there are a lot of variables, and this system is no different, says Casey. The system as it’s tracking right now will cross to the south and into Cape Cod, so the Manchester area will be on the northern edge of the storm system.
Casey says people should keep checking for updates as they continue to track the storm.
“If it shifts south we might just have a cool breezy day with heavier snow over Massachusetts,” Casey said.