Mar 11, 2017 4:53 PM

Winter storm watch issued for NH; several inches of snow possible Tuesday into Wednesday

NH1 Meteorologist

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for all of New Hampshire, from Tuesday morning through Wednesday evening.

A strong storm will track up the northeast coast on Tuesday, spreading heavy snow into New Hampshire. There is still a relatively high degree of uncertainty on the exact track of the storm. Slight changes in the storm's track can cause large changes in the amount of snow that will fall.

At this time, it is clear the potential is there for six inches or more of snow across the entire state.

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Right now, it appears snow would begin Tuesday morning in southern New Hampshire and Tuesday afternoon in northern New Hampshire, with the heaviest snow later Tuesday into Tuesday night. Snow likely ends on Wednesday morning.

However, it is still to soon to exactly determine the storm's timing and impact.

We expect to post our first snowfall forecast map on Sunday, once the storm's track becomes more certain.

Stay with for updates over the next few days.

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