School closures in New Hampshire, delays reported: January 23, 2023

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Hundreds of New Hampshire closures, reported delays as snow continues



Winter Storm Warnings. The winter weather warnings remain in effect through late this afternoon and early this evening as we are seeing *** lots of snow in *** wet snow in *** many parts of the upstate, you should approach the coastline and along the coastal plain. We have been witnessing a mixture of black and/or rain which will eventually lead to reduced amounts compared to what we will see inland. But even there closer to the coast you will be changing to snow before this is over we will see the snow and mixing continue early this morning with some rough travel for the morning commute and then we finish as late afternoon snow and nights start. Even on the coastline between systems tomorrow, another system that initially starts to snow but will likely mix or rain later Wednesday night and early Thursday in southern New Hampshire. So, some tough travel today as wet snow continues to cling to area roads, especially back roads and untreated surfaces. We’ve been seeing rain and it’s pretty heavy as we get closer to the coast, but even there it will likely change to snow before that wears off this morning and afternoon. The wind is expected to gust 20 to 25 miles per hour and could lead to some scattered interruptions because of the low pressure area running through the colder side, which meant all the snow for the Midwest and northern New Hampshire. The closer you get to the coast it has been rain with *** very definite rain snow line in and around the Manchester area. Across the coast through Rockingham County Highlands. Today it will only be around mid-thirties and again the snow continues across *** many areas that have seen snow as this mixing line eventually disappears all the way to the coastline and then moves out to sea by lunch time, all seeing the snow from the mountains during the afternoon, before it ends later in the day and into the early evening, the lows will be in the teens and twenties during the night. Tonight, tomorrow, partial sun, *** breeze coming in from the northwest with gusts of 20 to 25 miles per hour, which will eventually take all that snow we have in the trees and blow it away. *** a few showers of snow in the north and then after some morning sun Wednesday clouds thicken, another flurry of snow moving later in the day Wednesday and Wednesday night depending on the runway of the system, which can be just *** a little further inland. This could mean that the snow changes to *** mix or rains closer to shore before ending in the late morning and early afternoon. On Thursday before we go back between systems to Friday before some snow showers over the weekend. The highest totals seem to be in southwestern central New Hampshire to the lakes region and Mount Washington valley, areas 6 to 10 inches spread out, and yes, there will be *** some spots with more than 10 inches of buildup, amounts smaller amounts farther south and east to go with the least amount of snow hours outside of this system and eventual shift to snow, although expected in southeastern areas of the state, with smaller amounts farther north, *** a little shading going on with the mountains. Next system, as I mentioned, initial snow, late wednesday afternoon and wednesday night, changing to *** mix or rain before closing thursday.

Hundreds of New Hampshire closures, reported delays as snow continues


Hundreds of closures, delays and changes to remote learning were reported on Monday morning in New Hampshire as a winter storm brought several inches of snow to the state. Please visit this link to view the list of closures and refresh the page frequently for updates. >> Download the FREE WMUR app

Hundreds of closures, delays and changes to remote learning were reported on Monday morning in New Hampshire as a winter storm brought several inches of snow to the state.

Visit this link to see the list of closures and refresh this page frequently for updates.

>> Download the FREE WMUR app

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