Forecasters say true to form, March will come in like a lion
Forecasters said frigid air remains locked in over New England with chill temperatures expected to continue for the next several days.
No record-breaking cold is in store for the region, but temperatures are running well below normal for this time of year.
Friday’s highs will likely be around 20 in southern New Hampshire, with single digits in the North Country. Overnight lows will dip to just below zero in the Merrimack Valley to as low as 15 below in places like Berlin, Curtis said.
While high temperatures will warm to around 30 in southern areas to the low 20s north this weekend, they’re expected to drop back down into the teens and 20s next week.
Meanwhile, forecasters are keeping an eye on a potential coastal storm moving close to New England on Monday.
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