NH, Maine brace for winter storm

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Southern New Hampshire and southwestern Maine are bracing for a snowstorm that forecasters say could dump up to 11 inches of snow before it's over.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for the region for Tuesday morning.

The storm is expected to spread from the southwest to the northeast during the day.

Heaviest snowfalls are predicted for southeast New Hampshire and southwest Maine.

Up to 11 inches of snow could fall in some areas before the storm is expected to pass Tuesday night.

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The Very Rev. Daniel Beegan 's picture

History, not News

This story is so creaky it's history, no longer news.

 

The Very Rev. Daniel Beegan 's picture

History, not News

This story is so creaky it's history, no longer news.

 

Kevin Murphy's picture

Yes by the Associated Press

Yes by the Associated Press rstonge.  I just hit the Sun/Journal today.

Ray St. Onge's picture

skippy, look at the dateline

skippy, look at the dateline on the story. It was posted 2 days before you posted you comment.

RAYMOND FRECHETTE's picture

Two days ago this was news;

Two days ago this was news; today it only demonstrates that this website is behind the times. Even the pony express could deliver the news in a more timely manner.

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