Another winter storm is headed to New Hampshire just days after the historic February Nor'easter dumped more than two feet of snow in some areas.
The next system, which is much weaker than this recent nor'easter, will move in Monday toward the end of the morning commute from west to east.
The state will all see snow in the first phase before gradually seeing sleet and freezing rain work its way into the mix around midday or early afternoon. This change happens first in southern New Hampshire, which will see all rain later in the day.
Expect accumulation of 1 to 3 inches of wet snow in areas from Manchester to the north and west, over to the Monadnock region and down toward Nashua.
In most of central New Hampshire, including the Upper Valley and Lakes Region, snow will change to an icy mix and could possibly end as rain in this area. Around 2-4 inches of snow is possible in areas where rain holds off longest.
In northern New Hampshire, the precipitation will stay as mainly snow, but some sleet and possibly a little freezing rain could mix in. Around 2-4 inches of snow is likely in northern areas, with perhaps a few higher amounts right around the mountains.
Residents are encouraged to rake their roofs in advance of the latest winter storm due to the threat of rain, which could soak large piles of snow and add a significant amount of weight to roof tops.