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Tue February 4, 2014
Gov. Hassan Cautions Against Travel, UNH Cancels Classes For Wednesday
Gov. Maggie Hassan is warning New Hampshire residents to limit their travel during the upcoming winter storm.
She says state government agencies will liberally allow leave for employees who cannot safely travel to work on Wednesday.
The storm is expected to start early Wednesday morning, with the heaviest snowfall through midday. The forecast is calling for 6 to 10 inches in the southern part of the state, 4 to 8 inches in central New Hampshire and 2 to 4 inches in northern areas.
Ahead of the storm, Hassan postponed Wednesday's scheduled State of the State address and the University of New Hampshire in Durham cancelled classes on Wednesday.