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Sun December 15, 2013
Snowstorm: Significant Improvements By Noon
The season’s first serious snowstorm is almost over, says says Margaret Curtis, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Gray, Maine.
“By around 10 am to noon depending on your location you should see significant improvements,” she said.
First reports indicate the worst snow was south of the notches.
“So far we’ve seen some reports of up to ten inches in the Lakes Region and as much as nine to ten inches in southwest New Hampshire,” Curtis said.
Road crews in the North Country were reporting at least seven inches and ten inches of snow was reported in Randolph.
In Colebrook high winds were causing problems at a house fire.