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Some NH areas report getting 6 plus inches of fresh snow

The winter storm dropped 4-6 inches of snow across New Hampshire, with higher elevations getting 8-12 inches.

Update: Many areas of New Hampshire are getting 4-6 inches of snow from this two-day weather system.

Higher elevations will be receiving 8- to 12- inches before the storm wraps up, according to the National Weather Service.

The Seacoast region has 1-2 inches.

There are scattered power outages. As of 11 a.m., Eversourcereported about 1,100 customers without power. New Hampshire Electric Co-op had 75 outages, and Unitilhad 11.

State Police report slick roads Friday morning, and responded to numerous motor vehicle accidents. The National Weather Service says Granite Staters can expect a slick Friday evening commute, as well.

The National Weather Service also warns of potential coastal flooding.

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An earlier report published Thursday follows below here.

New Hampshire can expect moderate to heavy snowfall from the storm arriving Thursday evening.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for parts of the state. The projected accumulation range is 4-8 inches of snowfall, with higher elevations getting another couple of inches.

Freezing rain is possible at times, particularly in southern New Hampshire, according to the latest forecast.

National Weather Service map Jan. 19, 2023.
National Weather Service map Jan. 19, 2023.

Greater Concord could see 3-to-7-inches of snowfall by Friday morning.

This post was originally published Jan. 19 at 8:47 a.m. It was updated Jan. 20 at 11:30 a.m.

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