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Weather Alerts for New Hampshire - South and West

Last updated: Monday, April 27, 2020 6:24 AM

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Winter Weather Advisory

Southern NH - West of Nashua

Winter Weather Advisory
National Weather Service Gray ME
439 AM EDT Mon Apr 27 2020


.Low pressure off the Cape Cod coast will continue to produce wet
snow accumulations across the higher terrain today, above roughly
1500 feet. Due to the heavy, wet nature of the snow the main
impacts revolve around downed tree limbs causing power outages.
Across the coastal plain, boundary layer temperatures were tough
to cool Sunday night, minimizing snow accumulation and therefore
any impacts to trees and roads this morning.

Northern Grafton-Southern Grafton-Sullivan-Cheshire-
Western And Central Hillsborough-
Including the cities of Bethlehem, Lincoln, Littleton,
Sugar Hill, Thornton, Waterville Valley, Woodstock, Lebanon,
Lyme, Ashland, Ellsworth, Holderness, Plymouth, Rumney,
Claremont, Cornish, Unity, Croydon, Goshen, Grantham, Lempster,
Newport, Charlestown, Gilsum, Keene, Marlow, Sullivan, Surry,
Jaffrey, Amherst, Milford, Mont Vernon, Goffstown, Peterborough,
Sharon, Hollis, and Weare
439 AM EDT Mon Apr 27 2020


* WHAT...Wet snow. Total snow accumulations of 1 to 4 inches.

* WHERE...Northern Grafton, Southern Grafton, Cheshire, Western
and Central Hillsborough and Sullivan Counties.

* WHEN...Until midnight EDT tonight.

* IMPACTS...Roads will be snow covered and slippery including
during the Monday morning commute. The wet snow will be
especially slick to drive on. Areas of higher snowfall amounts
may see power outages due to downed tree limbs.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Snowfall is expected to vary greatly over
short distances due to elevation. Areas near and above 1000
feet will see the greatest impacts from snowfall.


Slow down and use caution while traveling.

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