Snowtober in Manchester: Did you see the white stuff?

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MANCHESTER, NH – If you blinked, maybe you missed it, but as I gazed out my back window at approximately 12: 46 p.m. Oct. 18 I saw white flakes floating through the air.

Chief weather watcher Jim Robidoux discovered an Ice dam in the snow shovel during Sunday's minor snow squall.
Manchester Ink Link Chief Weather Watcher Jim Robidoux discovered an ice dam in the snow shovel during Sunday’s minor snow squall.

I grabbed my iPhone and trained the camera on my dark-colored car, so the flakes would be visible.

Sure enough, my husband and Manchester Ink Link Chief Weather Watcher, Jim, joined me and stuck out his tongue to help me capture what I believe to be the season’s first flakes in Manchester.

Since then, the white stuff, although sparse, has been stop and go.

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As seen on Mount Washington Oct. 18, 2105.
As seen on Mount Washington Oct. 17, 2105.

Mount Washington Observatory has been sharing Instagram photos, where Sunday it was 17 degrees with a windchill of minus-7.

If you’ve got snow where you are today, let us know in the comments field below the story.

According to the Weather Underground, expect temperatures to dip to 25 here in Manchester Sunday night, with plenty of chilly nights for the week ahead.


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Journalist and editor of ManchesterInkLink.com, a hyperlocal news and information site for Manchester, NH.