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Southern NH towns cleaning up; more than a foot of snow for some towns

The first major snowstorm to hit the state since last October's nor'easter left towns and cities across southern New Hampshire still cleaning up Friday morning.

The storm, spanning two days, dumped more than a foot of snow in some places, with Danville and Stratham topping the list of communities with 14-inches each, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).

The most northern part of the state had just a dusting of snow while communities from the Seacoast to the Lakes Region had snowfall in amounts ranging from 5 to 14 inches.

The weather service compiled a list of unofficial snowfall amounts that included:

Peterborough, 13.5 inches

Bedford, 13.2

Wilton, 12.5

Merrimack, 12

North Weare, 12

New Boston, 12

Henniker, 11.5

Hudson, 10.5

Unity, 10

S. Weare, 9.7

Greenville, 9.7

Laconia, 9.5

Strafford, 9.3

Francestown, 9.0

Concord, 8.9

Wolfeboro, 8.9

East Milford, 8.8

Nelson, 8.5

Keene, 8.2

West Chesterfield, 8.2

Jaffrey, 8

Nashua, 8

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