Snowstorm wasn’t much of a storm for Concord area

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  • Matt Williams of Andrews Construction operates a excavator equipped with two hydraulically powered fan turbines that blow the snow off of the cars at Banks Chevrolet on Manchester Street on Tuesday morning. GEOFF FORESTERphotos / Monitor staff

  • Matt Williams of Andrews Construction operates a excavator equipped with two hydraulically-powered fan turbines that blow the snow off of the cars in the expanded lot at Banks Chevrolet on Manchester Street on Tuesday monring, February 2, 2020. “It beats 25 car salespeople with snow brooms,” Willams said. GEOFF FORESTER—Monitor staff

  • Matt Williams of Andrews Construction operates a excavator equipped with two hydraulically-powered fan turbines that blow the snow off of the cars in the expanded lot at Banks Chevrolet on Manchester Street on Tuesday monring, February 2, 2020. “It beats 25 car salespeople with snow brooms,” Willams said. GEOFF FORESTER—Monitor staff

  • Matt Williams of Andrews Construction operates a excavator equipped with two hydraulically-powered fan turbines that blow the snow off of the cars in the expanded lot at Banks Chevrolet on Manchester Street on Tuesday monring, February 2, 2020. “It beats 25 car salespeople with snow brooms,” Willams said. GEOFF FORESTER—Monitor staff

  • Matt Williams operates an excavator equipped with fan turbines that blow the snow off of the cars. “It beats 25 car salespeople with snow brooms,” Willams said.

Monitor staff
Published: 2/2/2021 2:49:32 PM

The Concord region, like central New Hampshire in general, was bypassed by the bulk of Monday’s snowstorm, which dumped up to a foot and a half of snow on parts of southern Rockingham County.

The storm, large and relatively slow-moving, hit parts of the East Coast much harder that New Hampshire, with portions of New Jersey and New York getting more than two feet of snow.

Volunteers in New Hampshire at the online precipitation-measuring site CoCoRaHS reported between 5 inches and 8 inches of new snow through most of the state, with a few higher elevations reported up to 10 inches, and the North Country reporting less. The major exception was on the seacoast close to the Massachusetts border, with 14 inches reported in Newton and 12 inches in Stratham.

Over the border in northeastern Massachusetts, several observers reported totals of 18 inches.

No major power outages or road problems were reported.




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