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Old 04-02-2015, 12:38 PM   #1
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Default 5-8 Inch Snowstorm on Tuesday?

Possible 5-8 snow event on Tuesday (4/7/15). I know it's a little premature, but I figured I'd at least bring it to light. The temperature is forecasted to be very close to the freezing point.. As we all know, these things are subject to change.. I'll be keeping an eye on it.
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I never trust that weather forecast, I always either go to WMUR or Weather.com, or Accuweather.
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I never trust that weather forecast, I always either go to WMUR or Weather.com, or Accuweather.
It certainly throws some excitement into its 10 day forecast..

It's very good at temperature, wind speed/direction, pressure, dew point, and in some locations solar radiation. There are 26 measurement stations around the lake. In respect to its forecasting it could certainly be better, but I think that can be said for almost every long term forecast

It said the low tonight would be 42 in Laconia.. It's 40.5 and dropping quick.. the forecast anticipated more cloud cover.. We will have to wait and see what next week brings.
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