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Powerful winds precede major snowfall in less than 13 words.

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Powerful winds precede major snowfall in less than 13 words.

The weather forecast for New Hampshire predicts cold and breezy conditions tonight under clear skies. A winter storm watch has been issued for Saturday in the White Mountains and the Great North Woods, including various counties. Temperatures will be well below normal, with a potential for snow in most areas transitioning to rain in southern regions on Saturday.

Late Friday night into Saturday morning, the next storm is expected to bring snow, creating slippery travel conditions, especially in northern areas. Southern travelers may face slippery roads due to snow and rain, leading to road ponding. Precipitation is expected to wrap up by midnight on Saturday night, with the mountains and North Country potentially seeing a foot or more of snow. The forecast for areas south of the Lakes Region remains uncertain, with snowfall amounts ranging from 3-12 inches based on how long snow continues before converting to rain.

To stay updated on the evolving weather situation, residents are encouraged to download the WMUR app for real-time alerts and follow the Storm Watch 9 team on social media. The storm coverage can also be accessed through the free Very Local app on smart TVs. It is crucial to stay weather aware and prepared for possible travel disruptions and challenging conditions due to the upcoming winter storm.

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