A snowstorm is heading our way with the possibility of dropping two feet or more in some areas. 

Meteorologist Rob Carolan says today will be cloudy with possible afternoon show showers high 20...18 in the North Country. The snow starts tonight and will be heavy at times and windy...check your 5-day forecast.

Storm Watch Information Center

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Keep up-to-date with our Storm Watch Information Center for the latest in school/business cancellations. Stay safe!

This Weekend is Plunge Weekend

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That's right, it's time again for the annual Special Olympics of New Hampshire's Penguin Plunge. Mark Ericson and I hope to see you at Hampton Beach this Saturday and Sunday. There is still time to sign up to plunge, donate or be a 'pampered penguin!' Oh, and if you're worried about missing the Superbowl on Sunday if you attend the Penguin Plunge...don't worry. We'll be done in plenty of time to get you home and ready for the Patriots to slam the Seahawks!

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Drone found on grounds of White House
The Secret Service isn't commenting, but a White House spokesman says agents have retrieved a drone of some kind that landed on the White House grounds. Police, fire and other emergency vehicles swarmed around the White House in the pre-dawn hours, with several clustered near the southeast entrance to the mansion.

New Hampshire prepares for storm
New Hampshire  is preparing for what forecasters say could become a dangerous coastal snow storm. Coastal areas of New Hampshire and Maine face blizzard warnings starting later today with southern New Hampshire and Maine expected to see two-to-three feet of blowing snow.

Utilities ready for storm
New Hampshire utilities are readying for the blizzard-like conditions expected tonight and tomorrow. Unitil is positioning equipment to prep for the storm but a spokesman warns bucket trucks won't be able to extend their arms if the winds get too high. Unitil also is bringing in outside crews to help with any storm-caused outages.

Wake Up Winning

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Coming up Tuesday morning, we will of course have the latest on the storm heading our way. Plus, music, fun and prizes too! Remember to check on your neighbors and bring the furry loved ones inside!