New Hampshire

Winter Storm Warning Issued For Parts Of New Hampshire: Update

The National Weather Service issued the warning around 3 p.m. Thursday, extending the storm’s timeline from a light run from early Friday morning to early Saturday evening.

“Low pressure over the mid-Atlantic will move north and east into southern New England tonight,” the alert said, “and on Friday with the first widespread winter storm of the season expected to continue in the region through Saturday.” .”

Heavy wet snow is possible, with accumulation expected at higher levels at elevations over 1,000 feet.

Affected areas should expect ploughable snow and moderate ride impacts – such as poor visibility, fallen branches and trees, and isolated outages.


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Eversource, New Hampshire’s largest utility, issued a statement saying it is preparing for the first significant storm of the season by strategically pre-positioning crews and equipment across the state so they are ready, quickly and safely, for anyone to respond to storm-related failures.

“As with any potentially hazardous weather approaching our state, we’ve been tracking multiple forecasts and models this week — keeping a particularly close eye on the potential snow-rain line, as heavy, wet snow can damage trees and electrical.” system,” said Doug Foley, Eversource President of New Hampshire Operations. “We are securing additional contract crews and will have line, tree and service personnel armed and ready to respond to outages across the state as quickly and safely as possible. We encourage our customers to prepare ahead of time by stocking an assault kit and charging all devices, and also remind our customers that restorations may take longer as we ensure the safety of our staff who will respond in difficult road conditions.”

The storm begins with rain on Friday morning, then changes to snow in the afternoon and evening and lasts until Saturday.

The latest weather conditions are on the front page of every Patch.com site in the United States, including the 14 New Hampshire Patch news and community sites for Amherst, Bedford, Concord, Exeter, Hampton, Londonderry, Manchester, Merrimack, Milford, Nashua, North Hampton, Portsmouth, Salem, Windham and Across NH. Local weather reports for New Hampshire are released on Sundays and Thursdays. Alerts are published when necessary.

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