Snow, mix, wind possible with nor’easter

A quiet stretch over the weekend before all eyes turn to a major nor’easter early next week. >> Interactive Radar | TRAFFIC TRACKER Sunday will be a little windy, but bright and warm. Afternoon temperatures will climb into the 40s. Storm potential early next week A long-term nor’easter is possible early next week. >> Watch the Hourly Forecast Storms will begin Monday afternoon. Snow is expected for many, but warmer air near the coast could signal a period of rain or early mixing as the storm moves in late Monday. By early Tuesday, cold air will replace the remaining rain and mix with snow. Snow will be heavy at times throughout Tuesday, closing early Wednesday morning. Difficult travel conditions are expected throughout the duration of the storm. Strong winds are also a major concern as the storm intensifies in New England. Wind gusts in excess of 30 MPH are possible, with higher gusts along the coast. Some splashover is possible with onshore winds. We’ll keep an eye on two high tides on Tuesday — one at 4 a.m. and the other at 5 p.m. Snow consistency is expected to be heavy and wet. This, along with strong winds, could lead to the possibility of power outages in places. Storm Watch 9 crews will have more updates throughout the weekend, including a detailed look at expected snow amounts. Be aware of the weather: Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and turn on push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts based on your geographic location and/or up to three zip codes. Plus, you can get notified when rainfall hits your area. Follow the Storm Watch 9 team on social media: Mike Haddad: Facebook | TwitterKevin Skarupa: Facebook | TwitterHayley LaPoint: Facebook | Twitter Jacqueline Thomas: Facebook | Twitter Matt Hoenig: Facebook | Twitter

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A quiet stretch over the weekend before all eyes turn to a major nor’easter early next week.

>> Interactive Radar | Traffic Supervisor

Sunday will be a bit windy, but bright and warm. Temperatures will climb into the upper 40s in the afternoon.

Storms are possible early next week

A longer nor’easter is possible early next week.

>> Track the hour-by-hour forecast

A storm is expected Monday afternoon. Snow is expected for many, but warmer air near the coast could signal a period of rain or early mixing as the storm moves in late Monday.

By early Tuesday, cold air will replace the remaining rain and mix with snow. Snow will be heavy at times throughout Tuesday, closing early Wednesday morning. Difficult travel conditions are expected throughout the duration of the storm.

Strong winds are also a major concern as the storm intensifies in New England. Wind gusts in excess of 30 MPH are possible, with higher gusts along the coast. Some splashover is possible with onshore winds. We’ll keep an eye on two high tides on Tuesday — one at 4 a.m. and the other at 5 p.m.

Snow conditions are expected to be heavy and wet. This, along with strong winds, could lead to power outages in places.

The Storm Watch 9 team will have more updates throughout the weekend, including a detailed look at expected snow amounts.

Be Weather Alert: Download the WMUR App Apple Or Android Enable devices and push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts based on your geographic location and/or up to three zip codes. Plus, you can get the word out when precipitation is coming to your area.

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