Jan 27, 2015 6:39 AM
Blizzard of 2015: New warnings and snow totals
Much of the state is under a winter storm warning in effect from the National Weather Service with the exception of Coos County, which is under a Winter Weather Advisory. This goes until 4 a.m. Wednesday.
For eastern Hillsborough County including Manchester and Nashua, and Rockingham and Strafford County, a blizzard warning is in effect until 4 a.m. Wednesday.
Blizzard conditions may be seen for at least 3 hours in the warning area. These conditions would be sustained winds or frequent gusts of at least 35 mph along with visibility below 1/4 mile.
As of 6:30 this morning snow totals so far:
A hurricane force wind warning has now been put into effect for much of the Seacoast until 3 p.m. Seas could reach anywhere from 26-31 feet and gusts up to 65 knots.
Expected snowfall totals: 5"-10" for northern New Hampshire, 10-18" for central New Hampshire, 18"-24" for southern New Hampshire and the Seacoast with some isolated higher totals possible especially near the coast.
Stay with NH1 News and NH1.com throughout the day for more updates on the storm.
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