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Mount Washington Valley Forecast

Saturday, November 1, 2014
5:35 AM

Low pressure along the Mid Atlantic coast will continue to develop and track northeast, becoming a powerful Nor'easter by Sunday. Rain showers will become more numerous during the late morning, with a steady rain developing this afternoon. Overnight as winds begin to increase and shift towards the north enough cold air will move in to change rain over to snow at times after midnight. A trace to two inches of slushy snow will accumulate by Sunday morning, with the highest amounts across the elevated terrain. Rain and snow will begin to taper off by Sunday afternoon, with gusty winds continuing as the low pressure slowly pulls away.



Cloudy w/ a chance of rain, mostly this afternoon.

Highs: Lower 40s°F

Wind: NE around 10 mph


Cloudy w/ rain and snow likely, becoming all snow after midnight.

Lows: Lower 30s°F

Wind: N around 10 mph

Extended Outlook


Mostly cloudy and windy w/ a chance of rain and snow.

Highs: Upper 30s°F

Lows: Mid teens°F


Mostly sunny and breezy.

Highs: Lower 40s°F

Lows: Mid 20s°F


Partly sunny.

Highs: Mid 40s°F

Lows: Upper 30s°F


Mostly cloudy.

Highs: Upper 40s°F

Lows: Upper 30s°F

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