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Weather Alerts for New Hampshire - South

Last updated: Thursday, February 16, 2017 6:50 AM

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The Winter Storm Page (When Active) is your source for Maps, Snowfall Estimates, links to more information

Estimated Snowfall page

Winter Storm Warning - Coastal NH

Southern NH - Central/West



Southern NH - East

Winter Storm Warning
National Weather Service Gray ME
637 AM EST Thu Feb 16 2017

...Snow will continue into mid morning...

.Snow will continue into the mid morning hours before tapering to
snow showers.

This will also add to the running total that has seen many areas
receive nearly three feet of snow in the last week. The weight of
the recent snowfall will likely become a hazard for some
rooftops. Also...the heavy wet snow in southwest Maine and
southern New Hampshire may lead to additional power outages.

Coastal York-Coastal Cumberland-Strafford-Interior Rockingham-
Coastal Rockingham-
Including the cities of Biddeford, Saco, Old Orchard Beach,
Kittery, Portland, Cape Elizabeth, South Portland, Westbrook,
Yarmouth, Brunswick, Barrington, Rochester, Dover, Rollinsford,
Somersworth, Durham, Madbury, Salem, Atkinson, Newton, Plaistow,
Chester, Derry, Hampstead, Exeter, Greenland, Portsmouth, Rye,
Hampton, Hampton Falls, North Hampton, and Seabrook
637 AM EST Thu Feb 16 2017


* HAZARD TYPES...Heavy snow.

* Accumulations...Snow accumulation of 5 to 8 inches.

* TIMING...Snow will continue through mid morning.

* IMPACTS...Travel will be hazardous due to snow covered roads.
Isolated power outages are possible due to falling limbs from
the weight of snow.

* Winds...Northwest 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.

* Temperatures...In the upper 20s.


A Winter Storm Warning for heavy snow means severe winter weather
conditions are expected or occurring. Significant amounts of
snow are forecast that will make travel dangerous. Only travel in
an emergency. If you must travel...keep an extra flashlight...
food...and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency.



Southern NH - West

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