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Sat February 9, 2013
North Country Getting Off Easy - So Far
By Saturday morning it appeared the North Country had been spared the worst of the storm.
Only four inches of snow was reported in Lancaster and about nine inches in Randolph, according to spotter reports filed with the National Weather Service office in Gray Maine. Berlin was an exception with 14 inches.
Sergeant Travis Anderson of Troop F, which covers the North Country, said “things are pretty quiet.”
Anderson said only one car was reported off the road since midnight.
He said the snow is continuing and road crews are busy, but roads are still slippery.
And a Grafton County dispatcher also said there was nothing unusual.
“It is just a storm,” she said.
The winter storm warning remains in effect until 4 p.m.