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Servere Storms Possible Today

The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch Severe Thunderstorm Watch SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE FOR WS 524 NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 105 PM EDT THU SEP 12 2013 SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH 524 IS IN

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Governor Hasaan Declares State of Emergency

Governor Maggie Hassan declared a State of Emergency for New Hampshire in response to the severe weather system that has caused significant flooding throughout the state, especially in Grafton, Sullivan and Cheshire counties. The State of Emergency is in effect

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Thunderstorms Cause Power Outages and Road Closures

Nearly 900 people lost power in Claremont and Charlestown from Sunday’s late afternoon storm that brought thunder, lightning and hail. Meriden NH Volunteer Fire Department was kept busy with damages from lightening strikes to a pool and transformer. Green Mountain

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VT Roads Update

The advised on Monday that all state roads that were closed due to rain, flooding, and snow over the weekend are now opened, with the exception of the Maidstone Highway. However there still remain a number of local road closures

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Alert Issued by NH State Police

The New Hampshire State Police wants to remind citizens of New Hampshire that road travel is anticipated to be hazardous from this storm. The NHSP reminds everyone to limit road travel from Saturday evening into Sunday morning to allow the

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NH Fire Marshall Warns of Danger of Heavy Snow and Drifts

NH State Fire Marshal l J. William Degnan warns citizens to watch out for the effects of Monday’s compounding storm. Although smaller, Monday’s wintery mix adds significant weight to the snow pack created by last weekend storm. The changeover of

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Keep Safe During Cold Snap

Sub-zero temperatures persist in most areas of Vermont and the National Weather Service expects condition to continue. The Vermont Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security offer the following safety tips compiled from the Centers for Disease Control and Ready.gov:

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Gov.Lynch Declares State of Emergency

CONCORD Governor John Lynch this morning declared a state of emergency for New Hampshire and urged all motorists to stay off the roads this afternoon. The Governor met with state officials and led a conference call with local officials to

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Storms Down Trees and Knock out Power

Thunderstorms moved NH and VT knocking out electricity and trees. Over 24,000 homes in NH, lost power and PSNH reported late Tuesday night that Rochester, Gilmanton and Hopkinton have extensive damage with fallen trees and down wires. PSNH could not

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Alert for Sullivan County

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN GRAY MAINE HAS ISSUED A * SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING FOR… SULLIVAN COUNTY IN CENTRAL NEW HAMPSHIRE… * UNTIL 400 PM EDT * AT 317 PM EDT…NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE

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