More Snow Expected for New Hampshire on Thursday Night to Friday
Looks like we're going to get more snow on Thursday night in to Friday, according to the National Weather Service.
The forecast for Wednesday looks sunny with a high of 27 degrees. The calm before the cold and storm it seems!
For Wednesday night, it starts to cloud up and the temperature drops to the single digits, with a low of 8.
On Thursday, clouds continue, but the temperature goes up a little to 29, then the snow comes in on Thursday night around 6, 7 or 8pm.
Friday is the day the snow comes down and before it's all said and done, we could see 3 - 6 inches of snow, the weather service forecasts.
Not bad compared to other storms we've lived through, so I think we'll be fine. You will need your shovels, ice scraper and make sure your windshield wipers are in working order. Our A-Train's back windshield wiper broke off yesterday from the ice storm that we just had. He's very concerned that it fell off on the highway and it will damage someone else's car! It'll be okay, Train.
I would like to see how many people run to the grocery store today and tomorrow though. I'm not going to go myself to see what's happening, but I'd like to know! That is just something I never understood. Run to the grocery store at the first hint of snow in the forecast.
Reminds me of the beginning of the pandemic when we couldn't get paper towels and toilet paper to save our lives. I am convinced there is someone, somewhere who has ALL the toilet paper. I think that person watches way too many episodes of "The Walking Dead."
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