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Nor’easter continues moving through NH: Wet snow for some, rain for others


A spring nor’easter is moving through New Hampshire, providing the state with a decent dose of heavy rain for some and wet snow for the higher-terrain spots.The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for southwest and central New Hampshire through Friday night.>> Weather alerts Many spots north and west of Manchester will continue to see wet snow Friday, while wintry mix and rain will continue falling elsewhere through the evening. Highs will be in the 30s to lower 40s and later Friday, the state could see some northeasterly wind gusts over 25-30 mph.>> List of closings, delays and remote-learning switchesThe highest wet snow totals — about 4-8 inches or more — will occur in areas above 1,200 feet in elevation across the Monadnock Region and White Mountains. Only a few higher-population towns — including Jaffrey, New London, Rindge, Stoddard and Sunapee — will see amounts exceeding 4 to 5 inches.>> Interactive RadarAny spot that receives more than 4 to 5 inches of wet snow — which includes some spots in western, central and northern New Hampshire — will see a risk of scattered power outages. The precipitation, whether it falls as snow or rain, will be beneficial for the state. Most locations will see nearly or above 1 inch of rain and melted snow, the first such system to deliver that much liquid in nearly three months in most locations. A leftover shower is possible early Saturday before mostly cloudy skies take over. Some breaks of sun will be possible in the afrernoon as highs warm into the 40s. Stay tuned to the Storm Watch 9 team for updates.Download the FREE WMUR app (Apple and Google Play) and turn on push notifications to receive weather alerts for your location and/or up to three ZIP codes.

A spring nor’easter is moving through New Hampshire, providing the state with a decent dose of heavy rain for some and wet snow for the higher-terrain spots.

The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for southwest and central New Hampshire through Friday night.

>> Weather alerts

Many spots north and west of Manchester will continue to see wet snow Friday, while wintry mix and rain will continue falling elsewhere through the evening.

Highs will be in the 30s to lower 40s and later Friday, the state could see some northeasterly wind gusts over 25-30 mph.

>> List of closings, delays and remote-learning switches

The highest wet snow totals — about 4-8 inches or more — will occur in areas above 1,200 feet in elevation across the Monadnock Region and White Mountains. Only a few higher-population towns — including Jaffrey, New London, Rindge, Stoddard and Sunapee — will see amounts exceeding 4 to 5 inches.

>> Interactive Radar

Any spot that receives more than 4 to 5 inches of wet snow — which includes some spots in western, central and northern New Hampshire — will see a risk of scattered power outages.

The precipitation, whether it falls as snow or rain, will be beneficial for the state. Most locations will see nearly or above 1 inch of rain and melted snow, the first such system to deliver that much liquid in nearly three months in most locations.

A leftover shower is possible early Saturday before mostly cloudy skies take over. Some breaks of sun will be possible in the afrernoon as highs warm into the 40s.

Stay tuned to the Storm Watch 9 team for updates.

Download the FREE WMUR app (Apple and Google Play) and turn on push notifications to receive weather alerts for your location and/or up to three ZIP codes.



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