5:30 p.m .: The New Hampshire Department of Transportation reports that the number of crashes are down today, thanks in part to drivers staying off the roads where possible. Roger Lamontagne, of DOT District 3, took this photo of a car off the road at the end of the Laconia bypass in Gilford: There are only scattered outages, as of 5:30 p.m. Eversource had halved its customer outage to just 50. ----- 3 p.m .: The latest nor'easter is going a lot easier on area utilities than last week's storm. So far. Unitil spokesman Alec O’Meara says that’s all due to the consistency of the snow falling on trees and power lines. "The storm last week was that very, very wet, heavy, sticky, oatmealy, pasty kind of snow, whereas this snow is a more normal kind of snow –...
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Winter Storm Blog: Nor'easter Belts N.H., Outages Limited So Far