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Thu February 13, 2014
Cleaning Up After The Storm
New Hampshire saw more snow and wintry conditions across the state overnight, resulting in mass school closings across the state Friday. For more information, including power outage maps, visit our weather information page.
We will continue to monitor the weather and update this story throughout the day.
Meteorologist Rob Carolan says the storm will ramp up through the day, having the greatest impact on the commute later today.
“We’ll see snow developing slowly from south to north this morning. It won’t get into the northern part of the state until this afternoon. It does look like it gets heavy and steady around midday and then continues through the afternoon.”
He says the southern part of the state will see heavy, wet snow accumulating throughout the day, with 7 to 14 inches possible in some areas.
One of the big issues today will be a rain-snow line heading in from the seacoast.
“It looks like the seacoast will be changing over to rain this afternoon and some of that rain, sleet, and freezing rain will be spreading inland across parts of Rockingham, Hillsborough and even southeastern Merrimack county through the afternoon and evening.”
Carolan says the storm will wrap up around mid-morning Friday, with some residual snow showers over the White Mountains tomorrow afternoon.