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Storm brings snow, strong wind

A coastal storm is bringing snow, wintry mix, rain and strong winds to New Hampshire to end the holiday weekend. A winter storm warning has been issued for areas north and west of Manchester through Monday afternoon. Snow will at times be heavy and will have a significant impact on the journey. A winter weather forecast has been issued for inner Rockingham County (off the immediate coast), with snow quickly changing to mix and heavy rain early Monday morning. Snowfall rates will also be quite heavy at first, with speeds of 1-3 inches per hour possible, so even with a change to rain, places off the coast will still see messy roads and a few inches of snow accumulate. >> Interactive RadarTIMELINESnow began to develop himself early Monday morning and moved in from the south. Snow is likely to mix with some sleet and rain in areas of the southern lake region and point south during the morning hours on Monday before precipitation rapidly decreases in intensity in the early afternoon. >> Time-by-hour timeline Further north, most snow is expected with the heaviest snow from early morning to mid-afternoon, before falling to snow showers / showers. PROJECTED QUANTITIES Where precipitation remains all snow, an accumulation of up to 6 to 12 inches is possible. About 4 to 8 inches is possible in the lake region and towards the Monadnock region. There will be a sharp cut for snowfall in areas to the south and east where mixing occurs. IMPACT OF SEACOASTA strong wind warning has been issued for the coastline, where gusts could approach 65 mph on Monday morning. A coastal flood warning is also in effect due to the high probability of coastal flooding and high tide flooding around 11 a.m. Monday morning. There are also concerns about beach erosion. >> See the hour-by-hour timeline: Pay attention to the weather! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and turn on push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and / or up to three postcodes. In addition, you can be notified when it rains in your area.

A coastal storm is bringing snow, wintry mix, rain and strong winds to New Hampshire to end the holiday weekend.

Snow view

A winter storm warning has been issued for areas north and west of Manchester through Monday afternoon. Snow will at times be heavy and will have a significant impact on the journey. A winter weather forecast has been issued for inner Rockingham County (off the immediate coast), with snow quickly changing to mix and heavy rain early Monday morning.

Snowfall rates will also be quite heavy at first, with speeds of 1-3 inches per hour possible, so even with a change to rain, places off the coast will still see messy roads and a few inches of snow accumulating.

>> Interactive radar

TIMELINE

Snow began to develop early Monday morning, moving in from the south. Snow is likely to mix with some sleet and rain in areas of the southern lake region and point south during the morning hours on Monday before precipitation rapidly decreases in intensity in the early afternoon.

>> Time-by-hour timeline

Further north, most snow is expected with the heaviest snow from early morning to mid-afternoon, before it subsides to snow showers / showers.

PROJECTED AMOUNTS

Where precipitation remains all snow, an accumulation of up to 6 to 12 inches is possible. About 4 to 8 inches is possible in the lake region and towards the Monadnock region. There will be a sharp cut for snowfall in areas to the south and east where mixing occurs.

IMPACT AT SEA COAST

coastal impacts

A warning of strong winds has been issued for the coastline, where gusts may approach 65 mph on Monday morning. A coastal flood warning is also in effect due to the high probability of coastal flooding and high tide flooding around 11 a.m. Monday morning. There are also concerns about beach erosion.

>> See the hour-by-hour timeline:

Pay attention to the weather! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and turn on push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and / or up to three postcodes. In addition, you can be notified when it rains in your area.

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