Feb 5, 2015 5:58 PM
CONCORD- For the past ten days, most of us in the Granite State have dealt with school delays, plow trucks, and a crawling commute.
"The roads are okay, except for back roads they are not terrible, but you have to take it slower," said driver Devyn Nevoux.
The entire state has really taking a beating with back- to- back storms.
Some towns have gotten hit harder than others, and keeping up has become a tough job.
"They weren't sufficiently plowed, a lot of snow building up a lot of cars spinning their weels. They would stop at a stop sign and couldn't get up and go again," commented one driver.
On the heels of the Blizzard of '15 came another foot for some areas four days later. Some are just taking it one storm at a time.
"My ride was fine this morning," said Kim Kerwin." Everyone is complaining. Well, we live in New Hampshire."
Thursday there were a number of crashes along New Hampshire roads but no reports of major injuries.
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