Winter Storm Will Hit New Hampshire Tuesday Evening, Continue Through Wednesday

Jan 17, 2017

A plow truck clears Route 93
Credit Dan Gorenstein for NHPR

The National Weather Service has issued multiple advisories for the winter storm expected to reach the Granite State early Tuesday evening.

Scroll down for weather maps and resources.

Central New Hampshire is expected to get the heaviest snowfall, with predictions ranging from six inches in Concord to eight inches in the Lakes Region. First flakes will likely fall after 5 p.m., with snow continuing overnight and into Wednesday morning. 

A second round of snow could be heading New Hampshire's way late Wednesday night. 

We will continue to track conditions throughout the day. Check back or tune in to NHPR for updates, or listen online right here. 

Forecast Map and Severe Weather Resources

Emergency closing information from WMUR

Airline information/flight tracking for Manchester-Boston International (MHT)

511NH real time traffic/road closure information

Power outage maps and info: PSNH | Unitil | National Grid/Liberty | NH Electric Co-op

More resources:

1o Tips for Surving an Extended Power Outage