The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning that remains in effect until 8:45 a.m. for our general area, followed by a flash flood watch, which goes into effect at noon.
A wobbly, meandering storm front is heading our way, but it’s too soon to say just how much snow it will bring. As of Monday night, the most accurate guesstimate is 3-4 inches, give or take, says National Weather Service meteorologist John Cannon. READ MORE
Several hours before it was expected, a light snow has already started in the city, the front end of a nor’easter that could dump up to 18 inches of snow in parts of New Hampshire before it subsides.
How many inches to expect here in Manchester depends on the track of the storm, but right now the National Weather Service says we should expect less than a foot, with more accumulation in coastal New Hampshire.