Snow begins falling across NH; up to 10+ inches possible

Ebony Scott
February 8, 2018

This band of snow will move north and intensify rapidly while lifting north during the midday and afternoon Thursday.

National Weather Service forecasters last night issued a "Winter Storm Watch" and say light snow will start falling over the region overnight tonight, picking up in intensity and form through Wednesday evening.

Winter storm warnings have been issued for most parts of southern Alberta, with up to 50 centimetres of snow expected in some parts of the Rockies.

Much of the region from southern IN northeast through ME was under either a winter storm watch or warning.

Forecast models are indicating the heaviest snow more likely to fall near and south of Detroit with the amounts tapering off to the north. Expect a hard morning commute.

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The national weather agency said snow is expected to move into central Alberta first, before it tracks south toward the USA border.

With this winter storm, several days of hazardous travel are ahead of us, especially in areas where wintry mix - snow, sleet, freezing rain is expected.

Like many places, the roads were covered with snow in northern Jefferson County.

Because of the tight gradient in snowfall amounts, any small shift in the track could change the expected snowfall greatly.

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