Lake Winnipesaukee weather in New Hampshire is always changing. There's a common cliché in New England about the weather: 'Wait a minute, it'll change.'
people love living up here because of the changing seasons and
conditions. It adds variety and keeps you on your toes.
Most New Englanders are prepared for anything 'Mother Nature' gives them.
I've included a local New Hampshire forecast for those interested in the weather in this area:
Lake Winnipesaukee weather in the spring is a favorite among locals.
It's a rebirth. Temperatures begin to warm, there are buds on the trees
and there's a general excitement about the upcoming New Hampshire summer.
are two sides to spring. The beginning of spring can still be winter
like. There's still plenty of opportunity to enjoy activities like spring skiing. The temperatures can still be chilly but not arctic like.
The end of spring is more summer like. Kids get out of school and everyone is enjoying all of the outdoor activities.
The summer is downright delightful. It
could be warm and comfortable, blazing hot or cool and rainy. It's
unpredictable. Most of the time it's shorts and T-shirt weather.
Summer is when the New Hampshire lakes region comes alive. The boats are out, people are opening up their vacation homes and the tourists start arriving.
The lakes region sees craft fairs, fireworks, fishing derbies, boat shows and much, much more.
The official summer season begins around Memorial Day (late May) and ends around Labor Day (early September). But you can find many beautiful days before and after the season. Summer is a fun time around Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire.
Lake Winnipesaukee weather in the fall is absolutely gorgeous. The fall foliage in the lakes region of New Hampshire can be quite spectacular. Many people come from all around to go leaf-peeping in New England.
Because the weather is usually nice, taking tours on the lake is a fun way to view the foliage.
The beginning of the fall can be quite warm. Many people can still enjoy the outdoor activities they participated in during the summer.
Generally, a wetsuit is needed for the water sports. Towards the end of fall it does begin to get cold. Many times there have been snowstorms in late fall.
Winter is a special time in the lakes region of New Hampshire. There are many activities to enjoy in anticipation of the Christmas holiday.
The snow begins to fall and everyone gets ready for the winter sports. There's skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snow shoeing, sledding, ice skating and snowmobiling to name a few.
Lake Winnipesaukee weather in the winter can be unpredictable. Snow will always fall and the cold weather
surrounds the area. But you never know whether you'll get a blizzard, a
dusting of snow, sleet, rain, mild or arctic temperatures.
Many people hibernate and don't come out until spring. But for those who want to experience what nature gives them, there's a New Hampshire winter wonderland to play in all the way until early spring.