Time, Travel and Tallies: Everything You Need to Know About Wednesday's Snowstorm
Here's what you can expect from Wednesday's snowstorm.
Wednesday morning will start off cloudy and quiet. Snow will start in most parts of New Hampshire around 10 a.m. New Hampshire will receive moderate snowfall throughout Wednesday into the night. Snow could be heavy at times especially during the evening commute with an inch to 2 inches falling each hour during the peak of the storm.
The snow will wind down around midnight.
What will your commute look like?
The Wednesday morning commute should be smooth as snow won't start falling until later in the morning. The Wednesday evening commute will be messy with heavy snow and possible rain mixed in along the Seacoast.
Thursday morning likely will still be slippery so make sure to take extra time to get to your destination.
New Hampshire State Police said Monday night that within the past 24 hours, it recorded 94 vehicle crashes and/or vehicles off the road. A police cruiser was struck on Interstate 89 while the trooper was covering a crash. No injuries were reported in that crash.
How much will we get?
The snow will be cold and fluffy snow in the north and wet and heavy in Southern New Hampshire.
Most of New Hampshire will see a widespread 6-9 inches of snow. Areas in the north could see 9-12 inches (good news for ski mountains), and the coastline likely will see less — 3-6 inches — because of mixed-in rain.
Material from The Associated Press contributed to this report.