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PHOTOS: N.H. Digs Out After Major Snow Storm

Snowblowers were the sound across New Hampshire on Thursday as residents dug out of more than three feet of snow in some places.

In Concord, Ron Rayner came out to help clear driveways.

“Well, it’s one heck of a storm," he said. "I tell you, I haven’t seen one like this in 40 years, four decades, great, fluffy, dry white snow, wonderful."

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Snow-covered cars
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Parts of the state received two to three feet of snow. Scene from Hopkinton.

Concord got just over 24 inches of snow. Parts of Sullivan, Belknap and Merrimack counties topped 36 inches.

People walking in the snow
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Two people walk their dog in Rye Beach as the snow continued to fall Thursday.
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Snow scene from Manchester.

The National Weather Service's storm warning was set to expire at 4 p.m. Thursday, but forecasters warned of possible dangerous driving conditions Thursday evening, including wind gusts and blowing snow.

The forecast calls for a mostly sunny Friday and Saturday, with temperatures hovering around 30 degrees.

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