Unpredictable Pressure Formation May Mean Snow For Seacoast

Feb 18, 2015

Snow in Rye
Credit Allegra Boverman for NHPR

  Rob Carolan with Hometown Forecast says an unpredictable ‘trough’ of low pressure sitting in the Atlantic is poised to bring some possible snow to the seacoast area this afternoon.

“I don’t think we’re really gonna see much in the way of snowfall today. I think we end up with a fair amount of sunshine this morning. I think cloudiness will start to develop this afternoon, especially along the seacoast as that trough drifts westward. If any snow showers develop, they would be along the seacoast this afternoon but they may all end up holding off until the early evening hours.”

He says a winter storm watch is in effect for Strafford County and he thinks 3-6 inches are likely in the seacoast area northward tomorrow.