Feb 9, 2015 7:14 AM
CONCORD - The New Hampshire Department of Transportation spokeperson, Bill Boynton, says temperatures in the teens as well as more than 30 hours of snowfall is making cleanup difficult.
Speed has been reduced to 45 miles per hour on major highways and most schools are closed today.
Boynton says close to 700 state plows are working on roads and will continue throughout the duration of the storm. He reminds drivers before you get in your car to clean off snow and ice.
No serious accidents have been reported and Boynton attributes that to many people simply staying off the roads.
But, Boynton, warns, "Dont be fooled if you see bare pavement, you still need to keep your speed down."
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