Wind & Snow Set Up Frigid February Finish For New Hampshire
Another round of damaging winds, and accumulating snow send the shortest month of the year out like a lion.
Starting Sunday, winds swept across the Granite State, and picked up from there. Monday, howling winds caused widespread damage, and a record 171 mph gust was felt atop Mt. Washington. Now, according to WMUR News 9, we're in for more than just lingering wind.
The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for part of New Hampshire today, as temperatures will barely squeak out of the teens. Plus, winds gusting over 30-35 mph, will send wind chills to the single digits above and below zero statewide.
After that, snow moves in.
According to WMUR News 9, we'll receive a round of snow Wednesday night into early Thursday morning. The southern half of New Hampshire will take in the highest amounts, ranging about 2-4 inches. Ski country will receive lesser amounts, but with cold temperatures, the snow guns will be working overtime to ensure spring skiing.
Speaking of spring, we're only 22 days away.