Snow Totals With More On Its Way

2014-02-14 18:47:29.000 – Ryan Knapp,  Weather Observer/Meteorologist

Some snow drifting in the front entrance.

Snow is starting to wind down and preliminary snowfall totals are starting to become available with readings varying drastically around the state. Looking at the Public Information Statement released by NWS Gray, ME at 1402EST today, reports varied from a maximum of 19.4 inches reported 4 miles North of Sunapee, NH and a minimum of 5 inches reported in Littleton and Portsmouth, NH. As for the summit of Mount Washington, NH, as of 1800EST, we have received 16.9 inches of snow with light snow still falling. However, with high winds (112 mph so far), this 16.9 inches is not staying put as it blows towards Tuckerman Ravine and the Eastern Snowfields. As we (and the rest of the East Coast) continue to shovel out from this recent winter storm, another coastal storm is poised for tomorrow into Sunday. While this weekend storm will not be nearly as strong as the last one, it will deliver another round of high winds and a few additional inches of snow. Then, like adding insult to injury, there will be another round of significantly colder weather for Sunday and Monday.


Ryan Knapp,  Weather Observer/Meteorologist

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