Update 1:50 p.m.: The Granite State continues to plow and dig out after one of the largest early season snow storms in recent memory. It was, as Durham Town Manager Todd Selig calls it, "one humdinger of a storm." The National Weather Service snowfall estimates have Amherst, Antrim, Londonderry, and Rindge getting nearly two feet of snow over the 48-hour plus storm. Selig said Durham received 14 inches of snow in 48 hours. He anticipates the town cost for responding to the storm to exceed $30,000. Other town snow totals, as reported by National Weather Service observers: Keene with 12 inches, Nashua with 14 inches, and Hooksett ringing in with 19 inches. The snow storm is winding down Tuesday morning in southern New Hampshire, contributing to a second...
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Winter Storm Update: One-Two Punch of Snow Leads to Messy N.H. Commute, Closures