N.H. News Roundup: Bring in spring with one last (?) snowstorm
6-hour snow accumulation ending at 8 a.m. tomorrow. More snow is expected through the day as well. (Photo credit: National Weather Service)
It’s Monday, which means it’s time for another edition of the roundup!
Let’s go back to a classic topic here. We’re expecting another storm to roll into the Granite State. Central New Hampshire is expected to get up to 16 inches of snow this time around.
Preparations are already being made. The N.H. Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food has canceled its Agricultural day celebration scheduled from tomorrow since it was supposed to be outdoors. They’re hoping to try again next year.
Not everybody will be bummed about the new snow, though. Even after some warmer weather, snowmobilers were out on the trails this weekend.
You can keep track of the storm here.
In other news:
∎ The last two scheduled regional public hearings on the state budget will be held tonight in Claremont and Rochester.
∎ Not everyone was a fan of a Gov. Hassan joke at the annual Wild Irish Breakfast on Friday.
∎ Pitching prospect Danny Barnes is expected to help out the Fisher Cats this season.
∎ Matt Louis, Moxy’s chef in Portsmouth, is up for Food & Wine’s best chef in the New England Region.