Over 1,000 NH residences remain without power following Mother's Day nor'easter
Over 1,000 New Hampshire residences remain without power following the Mother's Day nor'easter.
The rare mid-May nor'easter that brought one to two inches of rain to most of New England produced a change to snow overnight in the higher elevations of western and northern New Hampshire, NH1's meteorologist Ryan Breton said. Some places, including Sunapee and Washington, received six inches of snow.
According to power outage maps, 887 Eversource customers and 164 New Hampshire Electric Co-op customers are without power as of noon.