Winter Weather Warning: Another Big Snowstorm Rolls In To New Hampshire

Feb 12, 2017

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning in effect from noon Sunday through early Monday morning. The blizzard watch predicts heavy and blowing snow will lead to accumulations between 14-20 inches over much of the state.

The snow is expected to develop Sunday afternoon and will be heavy at times, falling at a rate of two to three inches per hour.

Scroll down for links to school closures, weather maps, outage maps and other severe weather resources.

The warning also includes increasing winds with gusts up to 40 mph, which could lead to power failures, poor visibility, and travel hazards.

We will update this story as conditions evolve. Tune in to NHPR on air or on our live stream for more updates.

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

1o Tips for Surving an Extended Power Outage

Forecast Map