The last day of winter in New Hampshire is going to be cold and windy, with temperatures feeling like the teens and 20s due to gusts over 30 MPH.
There may be scattered snow showers, and even snow squalls, which are quick bursts of heavy snow that make driving difficult.
These typically last for only a few minutes, but drivers are advised to pull over and wait them out.
The snow showers will start to break apart by evening and the skies will turn mostly clear.
The milder air will return by Monday, with temperatures climbing to around average and even a few degrees above average by Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
The midweek should feature a lot of sunshine, but the weather may turn unsettled for Thursday, Friday, and the next weekend with mainly rain showers expected.