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Sep 30, 2015 7:56 AM

State Police urging caution after reports of spinouts


CONCORD - State Police are asking you to slow down after multiple reports of spinouts on area highways during this morning's rainy commute.

Lieutenant Jerome Maslan tells NH1 the heavy rain is leading to conditions ripe for hydroplaning and more than a dozen accidents have been reported on New Hampshire highways. None have been serious.

Maslan reminds drivers that just because the speed limit has not been officially reduced doesn't mean you shouldn't use common sense. He's recommending you slow down if you need to, make sure to leave plenty of room between your car and the vehicles around you and leave enough time to get to your destination safely.

Chief Meteorologist Joe Joyce says the heaviest rain is expected this morning, tapering off in the afternoon. Much of the state remains under a flood watch.

Stay with NH1.com for the latest updates on the weather.


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