Winter Marches On: 3rd Nor'easter in 3 Weeks Plans to Slam NH
New Hampshire will get hit with its third nor'easter in three weeks on Tuesday. Each storm has brought its own challenges.
This one is no exception. Here's what you need to know about the looming snow.
A winter storm warning goes into effect from midnight Monday until 8 a.m. Wednesday. The storm will move from the south to north.
We will get the largest amount of snow from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Tuesday, according to meteorologist Joe Joyce. This means Tuesday's evening commute will be difficult.
On Wednesday, the snow will continue but it will be lighter. In the mountains, there could be another 3-6 inches that fall on Wednesday.
New Hampshire will see a widespread 10-16 inches over most of the state.
Southern and southeastern New Hampshire could see more. If the storm tracks farther to the south, the totals will be lower.
The mountains can expect to get 12-16, which is great to extend the ski season.
The rest of the storm
Unlike the heavy, wet snow that blanketed the region last week, this snow is expected to be fluffier because of colder temperatures.
On the coast, flooding is expected to be minimal despite higher seas because the tides are much lower than two weeks ago.
Despite wind gusts that could reach 40 mph on the coast, we should see minimal power outages compared to the last two storms.