Snow Jackpot for our Alpine Ski and Boarding families of Londonderry!
The NWS is indicating that we will have a very small amount of snow this morning in Londonderry. Those up in the ski areas will get as much as 6 to 12 inches. Many families have made the trip and are safe on the slopes right now. The NH Department of Transportation has lowered the speed limit on I93 to 45 mph due to the storm.
The National Weather Service indicates significant snowfall is expected across portions of western Maine and northern and western New Hampshire today.
Low pressure located off the mid Atlantic Coast this morning will track north and weaken as it approaches southern New England later today. Ahead of the low precipitation will continue through this evening.
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Snow will continue heavy at times in the Connecticut river valley and the mountains of northern New Hampshire. during the afternoon. The heavy snow will begin to affect the mountains and foothills of western Maine. As the low weakens the snow will taper off from southwest to northeast. The last of the heaviest snow will exit the mountains of western Maine during the late evening hours.
Total snowfall amounts from this storm will be as much as 6 to 12 inches across western and northern New Hampshire.
Another storm is possible Thursday night and Friday and this storm could produce locally heavy snowfall. It is still too early to tell just how much snow will fall with the second storm.
Before that second storm Londonderry will have to be alert to flooding. Yesterday Londonderry Department of Public Works staff were out clearing drains on roadways in anticipation of this expected flooding.
Rains from 2 to 4 inches follow this mornings snow starting at 1pm.
National Weather Service in GRAY Maine forecast the combination of heavy rain and snow melt could result in flooding Thursday into Friday for portions of southeast New Hampshire Including Londonderry.
A second low pressure system will bring a round of heavy rain to southeast New Hampshire as well as southwest and central Maine. Between the two low pressure system rainfall amounts of 2 to 4 inches are possible across the region. This much rain combined with snow melt could result in flooding of small rivers creeks and streams.
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