Jan 16, 2016 7:50 AM


NH1 Chief Meteorologist

An icy mix of snow, freezing rain and rain is crossing the region this morning. Roads are becoming icy as a thin glaze of ice is beginning to accumulate on cold surfaces. The corridor in New Hampshire seeing the worst of the freezing rain is Concord, Jaffrey, Manchester, Peterborough, to Rochester. The heaviest of the precipitation will be this morning as a storm is deepening off the New England coastline and tracking SE of Nantucket. As the storm begins to pulls away, it will drag back in just enough cold air to allow some ares in the North and west interiors, which are seeing the icy mix, to change back to accumulating light snow for the mid-morning through the mid-afternoon. Accumulations are expected to be light, but roads will remain slick which become snow covered. Across Rockingham county, rain should hold for most of the morning. The storm will be departing this afternoon, and we will notice the light snow and drizzle beginning to wind down during the mid-afternoon. Dry conditions expected this evening, but please travel with caution in snow covered areas.

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