Dec 10, 2014 5:32 PM

Winter cleanup continues across NH after latest storm

MOULTONBOROUGH - For one town, it was all about location.

"I lost power last night about 20 minutes to ten," said Moultonborough resident Andy Juhasz.

"Our whole street did that general area lost it again for about an hour. But I'm lucky I went out and started my generator," said Tuftonboro resident Jim Conway.

Today others were still waiting for the lights to come on.

"It is still out this morning. Yeah. We haven't had it back yet," said Moultonborough resident Kaila Catalano.

In town some had power as crews were out cleaning up.

"Guys were in there pulling trees off the road. An awful lot of trees went down," said Conway.

NHEC reported about 2,000 people in the dark this morning. Numbers that dropped throughout the day while crews got to the affected areas.

"Our house this morning was 55 degrees. It was chilly so I have a four month old so he was a little cold," Catalano said.

The winter weather made a mess of the roads too. Some wondering if the roads were treated beforehand.

"With rock salt you can't really put it out too far in advance before any precipitation starts because the traffic will just blow it off the road so a tough situation where it just all hit at once and it was a difficult time period in terms of the amount of traffic that was out on the road," NH DOT Spokesman Bill Boynton said.

Lessons learned from another mix of rough weather as winter starts to tighten its grip.


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