Third winter storm this week is approaching New Hampshire

Third winter storm this week is approaching New Hampshire



CONTINUE WORKING TO RESTORE POWER OVERNIGHT. AND THIS MORNING THE CREW HAD RESTORE THE POWER SUPPLY, ALSO DURING THE OCCURRENCE. THE STATE’S BIGGEST UTILITY, EVERSOURCE, WARNS OF THE POSSIBILITY OF MORE OUTAGES. WITH ANOTHER WINTER STORM HITTING TODAY. THE NEXT FRONT THAT WILL BRING FURTHER STRESS ON THE TREES ALREADY WEIGHTED AND HIT BADLY BY THE SUCCESS OF THE LAST STORM. BOTH STORMS BRING HEAVY, WET SNOW THAT HAS LEFT TENS OF THOUSANDS WITHOUT ELECTRICITY. THE NEXT ONE WILL BRING ADDITIONAL PROBLEMS. OUR UNDERSTANDING WITH THIS NEXT STORM WILL BE A WINTERMIX. IT WILL RAIN. IT WILL BE HEAVY SNOW AGAIN, POSSIBLY ICE RAIN. WE WATCH WHERE THIS RAIN-SNOW LINE WILL SET UP. THE REASON OF AN COMING STORM ALSO MAKE STATE OFFICIALS WARNING OF THE DANGERS OF ROOF COLLAPSE. WE JUST GOT ONE FOOT, SOME LOCATIONS GOT MORE THAN ONE FOOT OF SNOW AND WE COULD SEE SOME LARGE AMOUNT OF SNOW AGAIN. WE ASK PEOPLE TO CLEAR THEIR ROOFS TOO. ALL THE SNOW CAN ALSO BUILD UP AROUND HOUSES, BLOCKING SOLUTIONS AND ALLOWING CARBON MONOXIDE TO BUILD UP IN HOUSES. AND IF GOING TO USE A GENERATOR, DEPARTMENT STAFF MAKE SURE YOU ARE AT LEAST THREE FEET FROM YOUR HOME. AND THE EXHAUST POINTS AWAY FROM THE BUILDING. TO STAY WARM, PORTABLE SPACE HEATER SHOULD NOT BE LEFT UNATTENDED IN A ROOM. THEREFORE THEY CAN TIP OVER AND CAUSE A FIRE. ALSO YOU WANT TO KEEP THEM IN THE CENTER OF THE ROOM AND AWAY FROM WALLS OR OTHER OBJECTS THAT MAY BE IN YOUR ROOM. STATE OFFICIALS SAY IF YOU NEED A LIGHT, SIRI, TURN ON THE FLASHLIGHT. USE A FLASHLIGHT. IF YOU ARE FORCED TO USE A CANDLE. THANK YOU, SIRI. WELL, NEVER LEAVE IT UNATTENDED. REPORT LIVE IN CONCORD, SIRI, TURN FLASHLIGHT OFF. OH ANOTHER THING. MAKE SURE ALL YOUR PORTABLE DEVICES

Third winter storm this week is approaching New Hampshire

Utility crews worked overnight and all morning to restore power, but the state’s largest utility, Eversource, warned the next storm could cause more outages.

Utility crews worked overnight and all morning to restore power, but the state’s largest utility, Eversource, warned the next storm could cause more outages.

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