The state’s Department of Transportation warned about slippery conditions on roadways from Manchester to Plymouth Sunday as freezing rain hit cold pavement. “Incidents are happening all over the place,” said Bill Boynton with NHDOT.
By afternoon, a pileup on I-93 blocked traffic in both directions near I-89.
Boynton's recommendation? Watch football.
"As soon as you start using salt, the rain dissolves it," he said. That made pre-treatment impossible Sunday morning, as freezing rain moved in across the state.
Tens of thousands of New Hampshire residents woke up without power on Thanksgiving morning. With conditions even worse than predicted, it took several days for some areas to regain power. We're looking at the response to the storm and the condition of our electric grid, and taking your comments about how New Hampshire and it's utilities could better deal with severe weather and power outages.
Sam Evans-Brown, NHPR's Environment Reporter
Perry Plummer - Director of the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management