A winter weather advisory is in effect for New Hampshire until Sunday night. The state Department of Transportation has a travel advisory warning of slick roads across the Granite State.
The National Weather Service also issued a hazardous weather outlook, with a forecast that calls for freezing rain that will turn to sleet.
No significant accumulation of snow or ice is anticipated for much of New Hampshire, though higher elevations in the North Country may get up to a couple of inches of snow.
The wintry mix is expected to stretch into Monday morning. For greater Concord, freezing rain is in the forecast before 9 a.m. Monday.
The DOT warned of mixed precipitation creating slippery road surfaces. Safety officials lowered recommended speed limit to 45 mph on Interstate 89, as well as I-93 from Hooksett to Woodstock.