Concord received about two inches of snow Wednesday night

Feb 16, 2017 7:54 AM

Here's how much snow fell in your town during the latest NH dumping

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Accumulations varied across New Hampshire as an overnight storm added to what has fallen in two recent, more significant, storms.

The snow was enough of an issue to cause the expected slick driving and scattered school closings and delays.

A low pressure area off the New England coast will move east into Nova Scotia later today. Snow will gradually taper off across the north country by this afternoon, with just a chance for some snow showers tonight.

SOUTHERN NH

Seabrook - 8"
Dover - 7.5"
Barrington - 7.5"
Stratham - 7"
Rye - 7"
Greenland - 7"
Barrington - 7"
Gonic - 7"
Greenland - 7"
Kingston - 5.5"
Atkinson - 4"
Hampstead - 4"
Derry - 4"
Epping - 4"
Hudson - 2"
Manchester - 2"
Londonderry - 2"
Nashua - 1"

CENTRAL NH

Milton - 10"
Claremont - 10"
West Unity - 9"
Croydon - 9"
Sunapee - 8"
Center Sandwich - 7"
Lempster - 7"
Tamworth - 6"
Northfield - 6"
Newbury - 6"
Meredith - 6"
Laconia - 5.5"
Canterbury - 5.5"
Sanbornton - 5"

NORTHERN NH

Franconia - 11"
Lincoln - 11"
Madison - 11"
Pittsburg - 10"
North Conway - 9"
Lancaster - 6"

A ridge of high pressure will build into the north country on Friday, with mainly partly sunny skies expected from Friday through the holiday weekend.

The Associated Press contributed to this report

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