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Feb 8, 2016 5:43 PM

NH1 FIRST ALERT WEATHER: How is the snow going to impact the NH Primary?

NH1 Chief Meteorologist -

CONCORD - We already know it's snowing.

A widespread 3-6 inches of snow is likely to fall across New Hampshire. It started Monday afternoon and will last right through Monday night.

Last minute get-out-the-vote rallies will be a little harder to get to because of snow covered roads and slower, slippery travel. Please use caution traveling in the evening.

The snow will be ending by 3-4 a.m. on Tuesday morning. It will start off with snow covered roads, and slippery travel for the morning commute, but I expect roads to be rapidly improving after the sun comes up.

Most highways should be in pretty good shape by 8 a.m. and secondary roads will improve by 9 a.m.

Despite the slick early morning start, weather will not be an issue for voters. Cloudy skies, lighter winds with highs near 28 degrees by the afternoon.

Joe Joyce is the Chief Meteorologist for NH1 News. You can email him at and follow him on Twitter, @JoeJoyceNH1.

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