Dangerously cold air and wind Monday, and some outages reported by Eversource

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Outages reported by Eversource.
Outages reported by Eversource.

MANCHESTER, NH — Snow has stopped, for now, but winds continue to blow which, for some Eversource Energy customers, means power outages.

According to statewide map, there are about 2,216 Eversource customers without power as of 8:30 a.m. on Feb. 16 (online map is updated every 15 minutes).

Although the map says zero percent of Manchester is without power, it also says 2 customers are affected by outages. So if you’re among the two who are left in the cold, seek shelter because it’s dangerously chilly out there today.

In fact, the National Weather Service as issued a Wind Chill Warning which remains in effect until noon, as temperatures hover between 10 below zero to 6 degrees F, with gusts of wind up to 35 mph that will feel like 34 below zero, and conditions that could quickly cause frostbite, hypothermia “or even death.”

You can get the complete forecast here, which includes some more possibility of snow Tuesday into Wednesday, and again for the coming weekend.



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