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Perfect timing for weekend snowstorm

For the snow guys, it's always great when a snowstorm blows in on the weekend before school vacation week.

It means easier plowing because of light traffic on Monday morning and fewer accidents, according to the state's Traffic Management Center.

The winter advisory warning, featured on digital traffic boards along the state's highways during the storm, was removed this morning. The roads are in good shape for the most part but motorists using Interstate 93 in the Ashland/Plymouth area should take it slow this morning as highway crews are presently treating the area because of slippery conditions.

State roads in the southern part of the state are wet but should pose no problem for commuters.

The storm left more than a foot of snow in some parts of the state, mainly around Concord and in the Lakes Region. According to the National Weather Service, Rochester got the most snow with 15.5 inches. Concord was blanketed with 13.9 inches of snow, while Strafford got 13.5 inches.

Other snowfall totals were: Deerfield, 12; Wolfeboro, 11; Henniker, 10; New Boston, 9; South Weare, 8; Manchester, Randolph and Washington, 5 each.

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