KEENE, NH- Residents across the area are bracing for Friday’s Nor easter which has the potential of leaving 1-2 feet of snow in the area.
According to Meteorologist Pat Pagano the snow will start falling during the overnight Thursday into Friday creating the potential for a wintery morning commute.
While the coast is supposed to get the main brunt of the storm, residents here in the Monadnock and surrounding regions can expect anywhere from 1 to feet 2, which is expected to lose steam by early Saturday morning.
Pagano also said we can expect more precipitation during the day on Saturday as well; though Pat seems pretty optimistic on Sunday’s potentially sunny forecast which should also feature temps in the upper 20’s to low 30’s.
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