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  • Snow covers the statue of Gov. John Gilbert Winant on Park Street in downtown Concord on Monday night, March 23, 2020 as the heavy snow hits the area. GEOFF FORESTER—Monitor staff

  • A lone person walks along the City Plaza in front of the State House in downtown Concord on Monday night, March 24, 2020. GEOFF FORESTER—Monitor staff

  • Heavy snow falls near a street light on Main Street on Monday night, March 23, 2020. GEOFF FORESTER—Monitor staff

  • A lone bicyclist makes way on the City Plaza in front of the State House in downtown Concord on Monday evening during the late winter snow storm on March 23, 2020. GEOFF FORESTER—Monitor staff

  • A lone person walks along Main Steet in a deserted downtown Concord on Monday night, March 24, 2020. GEOFF FORESTER—Monitor staff

  • A bench collects snow in downtown Concord on Monday evening. GEOFF FORESTER / Monitor staff

  • The statue of Franklin Pierce gets a dusting of snow outside the State House on Monday evening.

Associated Press
Published: 3/24/2020 5:22:11 PM

As if the coronavirus-created isolation isn't enough, a storm that dumped some heavy, wet snow in parts of northern New England has left thousands of power outages.

Utilities in Maine reported over 8,000 customers without electricity as of Tuesday morning, down from a peak of over 20,000. In New Hampshire, over 9,500 customers had no power. Some of the areas that had the most outages were Hopkinton, Milford and Nashua. There were just a few scattered outages in Vermont.

As much as 6 to 10 inches of snow fell in some areas from Monday night into Tuesday.

Much of the snow melted on Tuesday, with highs reaching the high 40s and low 50s.




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