All Sections
action:article | category:NEWS11 | adString:NEWS11 | zoneID:43
Welcome guest, you have 3 views left. | Register | Sign In


Gov. Hassan declares state of emergency

CONCORD - Gov. Maggie Hassan has declared a state of emergency for New Hampshire in response to Friday's snowstorm, which is expected to produce as much as 30 inches of snow in some parts of the state.


"We have been closely monitoring the storm as it has strengthened, and the expected snow totals have now reached levels where a State of Emergency is needed to allow for the mobilization of additional resources and to access any federal assistance that may become available," Hassan said in a statement. "I continue to urge all residents to stay safe, limit their travel and be off the roads by 7 p.m. ahead of the heaviest snowfalls."


action:article | category:NEWS11 | adString:NEWS11 | zoneID:0
action:article | category:NEWS11 | adString:NEWS11 | zoneID:44
action:article | category:NEWS11 | adString:NEWS11 | zoneID:45
action:article | category:NEWS11 | adString:NEWS11 | zoneID:

        

Blizzard of '15

Weather

NH braces for a big blizzard

Sunday was a day of preparation across New Hampshire as residents stocked up and forecasters kept a watchful eye on a major nor'easter that could dump up to two feet of snow and bring blizzard...   2

Weather

PSU team works to predict precipitation

Frequent travelers on Interstates 89 and 93 who know the perils of driving during inclement winter weather may benefit from a new experiment and a new piece of technology at the Plymouth State...   1

Weather

Major nor'easter taking aim at New Hampshire

Forecasters are keeping a watchful eye on a major nor'easter that could dump close to two feet of snow and bring near-blizzard conditions to parts of New Hampshire beginning late Monday and lasting...   0