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Gusty Winds and a Little Snow Coming

Tuesday’s storm could drop up to four inches of light snow in some parts of the Granite State.

A satellite photo from March 24, 2014. Credit: NOAA
A satellite photo from March 24, 2014. Credit: NOAA

The National Weather Service has issued a “hazardous weather outlook” for southern New Hampshire today due to a low pressure system tracking north along the East Coast that is expected to hit on Tuesday night.

The storm should bring light snow, anywhere from a dusting to four inches in places along the coast, with wind gusts of up to 30 to 35 mph.

Temperatures will in the low 20s to the mid-30s, with the storm moving out to see by Wednesday morning.

The heaviest part of the storm is expected to hit Massachusetts, the Cape, and the Islands, and will miss New Hampshire.

New Hampshire Patch will post more weather information about the storm as it becomes available. 

Sayona March 25, 2014 at 12:08 PM
Little snow, light snow. I am trying to behave. I miss the Keene pumpkin festival, and the Old Man on the Mountain, and fishing on Loon Lake. Though, the mosquitoes- a thousand per square inch? Not so much. And a snapping turtle in that lake, if he is still there, owes me a fishing pole.

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