Substantial snow expected in New Hampshire Thursday
Winter Storm Watches were issued for all of the state beginning Thursday morning and lasting into early Friday.
Forecasters haven’t nailed down snow totals just yet, but Sinsabaugh said the state could see anywhere between 8 and 10 inches.
The system will pass just outside Cape Cod by Thursday night and into the Canadian Maritimes Friday morning.
With temperatures hovering around the freezing mark, the snow is expected to be heavier than what the region has seen in more recent storms that were accompanied by frigid temperatures.
The combination of a heavier snow and winds could pose some problems.
“I don’t think the snow is going to be as wet as what we see in the fall and spring, the stuff that really sticks, but we may see a few power outages, especially Thursday night. It doesn’t look like anything too widespread at this point,” he said.
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