Feb 15, 2015 7:50 AM
Snow, dangerous winds, cold strikes New England again
From staff and wire reports
Snow and dangerously high winds are facing off against an army of road crews and emergency workers who have readied themselves for the fourth winter onslaught in less than a month in New England.
A blizzard warning continues for coastal communities from Connecticut to Maine into Monday; and a bone-chilling blast of cold, with lows of minus 10 degrees is in the Sunday night forecast in parts of the region.
The heavy snow is expected to start winding down Sunday morning but winds will pick up, according to the National Weather Service. Falling temperatures also continue to be a concern.
The Seacoast continues to be the hardest hit area. As of 6:30 a.m. Sunday, Stratham had one of the highest snow totals from this storm with 17 inches.
Almost all flights departing from Manchester-Boston Regional Airport have been canceled.
Although a lot of cancellations were in effect Sunday, the World Championship Sled Dog Derby in Laconia still was running as scheduled.
The Emergency Operations Center in New Hampshire opened at 7 p.m. Saturday and remains open Sunday.
Police and officials are asking people to stay off the roads unless necessary.