New Hampshire weather: More snow Wednesday, Thursday

More snow is on the way to New Hampshire after the state was hit by two strong winter storms in a matter of a few days.The seven most northern counties in New Hampshire are under a winter storm warning and the rest of southern New Hampshire is under a winter weather advisory ahead of the storm set to move in Wednesday afternoon.>> Weather alertsThe most-recent storm caused tens of thousands of outages, with many still in the dark Tuesday. Winds gusting over 20 mph could cause even more outages. The storm also led to some roads to be slippery Tuesday morning, but temperatures should warm above freezing into the mid- to upper 30s with a mix of clouds and sun. >> Interactive Radar | Traffic trackerA few snow showers are possible up north Tuesday, but it will be mostly dry elsewhere. WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY STORMWednesday begins with early sunshine, but clouds will thicken ahead of the next storm. The precipitation will begin as snow for all of New Hampshire. As warmer air works into the state Wednesday night into Thursday morning, snow in the southern half of New Hampshire will switch to a wintry mix and rain. >> See the latest hour-by-hour timeline:A few inches of accumulation are likely in southern New Hampshire before the changeover to a wintry mix and/or rain. Where the precipitation stays mostly or all snow up north, the potential exists for about 6-10 inches. An accumulation of about 4-8 inches is possible in far northern New Hampshire and across central areas.Travel on roads will be slow and slippery Wednesday afternoon and through early Thursday morning.With more heavy, wet snow with this storm, the potential exists for even more power outages. Any lingering rain or snow ends Thursday morning before a quiet stretch that should last through at least Saturday.Stay tuned to the Storm Watch 9 team for updates.Be weather aware! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and turn on push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and/or up to three ZIP codes. In addition, you can receive word when precipitation is coming to your area.Follow the Storm Watch 9 team on social media:Mike Haddad: Facebook | TwitterKevin Skarupa: Facebook | TwitterHayley LaPoint: Facebook | TwitterJacqueline Thomas: Facebook | TwitterMatt Hoenig: Facebook | Twitter

More snow is on the way to New Hampshire after the state was hit by two strong winter storms in a matter of a few days.

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The seven most northern counties in New Hampshire are under a winter storm warning and the rest of southern New Hampshire is under a winter weather advisory ahead of the storm set to move in Wednesday afternoon.

>> Weather alerts

The most-recent storm caused tens of thousands of outages, with many still in the dark Tuesday. Winds gusting over 20 mph could cause even more outages.

The storm also led to some roads to be slippery Tuesday morning, but temperatures should warm above freezing into the mid- to upper 30s with a mix of clouds and sun.

>> Interactive Radar | Traffic tracker

A few snow showers are possible up north Tuesday, but it will be mostly dry elsewhere.

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY STORM

Wednesday begins with early sunshine, but clouds will thicken ahead of the next storm.

The precipitation will begin as snow for all of New Hampshire. As warmer air works into the state Wednesday night into Thursday morning, snow in the southern half of New Hampshire will switch to a wintry mix and rain.

>> See the latest hour-by-hour timeline:

A few inches of accumulation are likely in southern New Hampshire before the changeover to a wintry mix and/or rain. Where the precipitation stays mostly or all snow up north, the potential exists for about 6-10 inches. An accumulation of about 4-8 inches is possible in far northern New Hampshire and across central areas.

Travel on roads will be slow and slippery Wednesday afternoon and through early Thursday morning.

Travel impacts in New Hampshire

With more heavy, wet snow with this storm, the potential exists for even more power outages.

Any lingering rain or snow ends Thursday morning before a quiet stretch that should last through at least Saturday.

Stay tuned to the Storm Watch 9 team for updates.

Be weather aware! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and turn on push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and/or up to three ZIP codes. In addition, you can receive word when precipitation is coming to your area.

Follow the Storm Watch 9 team on social media: