Snow is heading to our area. Meteorologist Rob Carolan tells us the entire state of New Hampshire is under a 'Winter Storm Watch' for Wednesday.

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The 'watch' could be upgraded to a 'Winter Storm Warning' at some point later today. With today and Wednesday being very heavy travel days for hundreds of thousands of people across New England, will the Thanksgiving snowstorm effect your travel plans?

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New Hampshire Food Bank

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Mel Gosselin, the Executive Director of the New Hampshire Food Bank stopped by Studio Big. Check out the podcast and see if you can help by donating food, money or your time.

Weather

Mix of sun and clouds and breezy with a high of 56...50 in the North Country. Snow develops Wednesday afternoon. Check the 5-day forecast.

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Coming Up Wednesday

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We will of course, have the latest on the storm heading our way.

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