After a series of showers kicked off the holiday weekend, Memorial Day itself should be beautiful across the Granite State--despite a slight chance of afternoon thunderstorms. The National Weather Service predicts high temperatures ranging from the 70s in the North Country up to the 80s south of the Notches.
National Weather Service meteorologist Margaret Curtis says so far, this Spring has been fairly typical for the area. But if it seems like it’s been rainier than usual, you’re not imagining it. Concord has seen nearly 3.25 inches of rainfall.
Memorial Day weekend marks the start of the Mount Washington Cog Railway's daily trips to the summit of the highest peak in the Northeast.
The Cog Railway opened its 2014 season April 26, but operated weekends only until now.
This season marks the 145th year of operation of "the Cog."
The popular tourist attraction is also rolling out a new biodiesel engine during the holiday weekend. The new engine is named Metallak, in honor of the last surviving member of the local Abenaki tribe.
Nobody expected it to be balmy this Memorial Day weekend but parts of the North Country - such as Bethlehem - had about four inches of snow by 8 a.m. Sunday and it was still snowing only to taper off and end by 10 a.m.
PSNH reported about 2,100 customers in communities clustered around Littleton losing power.
NHPR’s Chris Jensen reports.
People leaving the movie at the Colonial Theatre in Bethlehem Saturday night were stunned to see several inches of snow.
"It was May when we went into the movie. I don’t know what happened. Is it six months later?”