jhwentworth

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  1. The Union Leader/Sunday News ran a story today about NH snowmobiling. In that story, they gave a registration count as of February 24, 2021. 45,800 sleds were registered, compared with 40,079 a year ago. 29,078 were by residents and 16,722 were non-residents. So, an increase of 5,721 over last year. The non-residents made up about 37% of registrations. The story discussed the high number of accidents involving inexperienced operators and that there was a requirement for a training program for all operators in a transportation bill being considered. Senate Bill 131-FN Part IV http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/bill_status/billText.aspx?sy=2021&id=830&txtFormat=html
  2. About 4" of new snow this morning, and a late February early sun.
  3. Snowmobile insurance

    I agree that sleds are expensive to repair. OEM parts are expensive, and most people demand OEM parts when the insurance company is paying the tab. Some auto insurance companies now require you to accept aftermarket parts of comparable quality, or pay the difference for OEM. For many body parts there are no aftermarket parts. I really can't blame the insurance companies for not chasing the snowmobile, or ATV, market. I think some of them offer OHRV insurance as a loss-leader to attract customers, and as a tool to retain customers who have auto and home owner coverage with them, It makes sense for them to keep another insurance company out of the picture if they can. If you want to break an insurance agent's heart, just call them and say you want a full package of insurance products, and that you have 3-4 sleds. Many insurance companies just aren't competitive in snowmobile rates. As I read the local newspaper I can usually see one of the reasons for high loss rates.
  4. Snowmobile insurance

    Is anybody seeing an increase in snowmobile insurance rates? There seems to be a big difference in rates between companies. I have 3 sleds coming up for insurance renewals in a month or so and some insurance companies don't seem to be chasing the snowmobile business;. One company told me that snowmobile claims usually ended up as a total, so rates had to go up. Maybe you need to have two or more insurance agents to get the best deals.
  5. Snowmobile insurance

    Allstate is very reasonable for snowmobile insurance insurance. Not many other companies are even close to their rates, but other carriers might offer better auto or homeowner rates. Like many things in life, it's complicated. I prefer to have one insurance carrier, but maybe that's not in the cards.
  6. A story from Vermont

    Over the weekend a covered bridge in Vermont was destroyed in a fire that was started by a burning snowmobile. https://apnews.com/article/fires-vermont-c52a72613a043b55c5afe3c4912d38ac If you've ever watched a sled burn you won't be surprised at all.
  7. A story from Vermont

    They're an icon that says New England, but they have a hard time dealing with modern life and modern vehicles. Most sleds have 10-gallons of gas, rubber track, and lots of flammable plastics, especially the foam seat, that makes a nasty fire. The aluminum melts, and steel parts are what's left in one piece. They burn hot. I wonder what Vermont vehicle liability laws say about this?
  8. Today's Sunday News editorial cartoon is snowmobile-related. There doesn't seem to be any written content nearby that relates to the possible subject matter of the cartoon. Any idea what this cartoon is about? (It's on page B4 of the 1/24/2021 Sunday News)
  9. Chris Egan injured in sled chase in Pittsburg

    I'd believe that if he was catching up to the violators he was traveling fast, otherwise there was no hope of catching them. Don't take my comments as an attack on the F&G officer, I'm saying that there are risks in high speed chases that will vary with the conditions and the skill of the operator.
  10. Chris Egan injured in sled chase in Pittsburg

    The officer took on a known risk, operating at high speed on the trail, in exchange for the possibility of apprehending a lawbreaker. Many police forces still do that on public roads, but some have rules against it. I guess F&G doesn't have a policy that prevents it. Let's face it, if F&G enforcement sees a guy speeding or driving recklessly and goes in hot pursuit, is it more likely the guy will slow down or speed up? Tough call, but if the guy speeds up there's now two sleds travelling at high speed on the trail. Does that increase or decrease trail safety? Does the public gain of catching and punishing a speeder exceed the possible loss from a high-speed accident? When I drive on !-93 during commute hours the traffic is moving at 75-80 mph, or more,, and the state troopers ignore it because the disruption of a chase and arrest would increase the danger of serious accidents. Catching a speeder sometimes isn't worth the risk, especially if I'm the one who's speeding.
  11. NHSA safety course

    Would this work? https://wildlife.state.nh.us/ohrv/education-online.html
  12. So I was wondering!

    I still have good memories of a ride from Loudon to the Massebesic traffic circle through the SNHSS trails, Other than a logging operation on a portion of the C-15 trail it was all good.
  13. So I was wondering!

    If collected registration fees aren't spent this season they aren't lost, they're retained and available for future use. RSA-C:39 Paragraph VII VII. (a) Any funds appropriated to the department of natural and cultural resources for the bureau's grant-in-aid program shall be kept in a separate account and shall not be used for any other purpose. The corresponding registration fee moneys allocated to the bureau's grant-in-aid program under paragraphs I and III shall be deposited in the account. Moneys in the account may only be used for grant-in-aid projects that benefit the ridership of snowmobiles. Any unexpended balance in said account shall not lapse, but shall be carried forward to the next fiscal year. All funds shall be used for trail maintenance, construction, and the purchase of grant-in-aid equipment. RSA-C:39 Paragraph VIII VIII. Funds appropriated to the department of natural and cultural resources for administration of the bureau shall be used for the following purposes: (a) Publications. (b) Trail maintenance and acquisition. (c) Land purchases, easements, rights-of-way, and new construction of trails. (d) Snowmobile facilities. (e) Such other purposes as may be budgeted within the limits of the funds available. Any unexpended balance in said accounts shall not lapse, but shall be carried forward to the next fiscal year. RSA-C-39 Paragraph VIIII IX. Any funds appropriated to the fish and game department shall be used for the following purposes: (a) Enforcement of the provisions of RSA 215-C and RSA 215-A. (b) Establishment of snowmobile training programs. At the discretion of the director, snowmobile training programs may be combined with OHRV training programs. (c) Law enforcement under this chapter, which shall be the responsibility of the executive director. (d) Snowmobile registration. (e) Such other purposes as may be budgeted within the limitation of the funds available. Any unexpended balance in said accounts shall not lapse, but shall be carried forward to the next fiscal year RSA-C:39 Paragraph X Any excess registration fees collected and not expended shall be nonlapsing and shall be retained by the snowmobile and OHRV program for future use. In each year of the biennium, the excess fees collected may be expended by the fish and game department and the department of natural and cultural resources in the same proportion as described in this section with prior approval of the fiscal committee and the governor and council.
  14. I've registered my sleds and joined my clubs. It would be interesting to know how many sleds have been registered, and the number of NHSA members, to this date. Funds from club memberships and sled registrations pay the bills for the trail system. Anybody seen any numbers from BoT/F&G or NHSA?
  15. Happy New Year !

    Good bet; you're not setting the bar too high.
  16. Official SledNH weather thread

    Since that storm a couple weeks ago I've seen sled tracks on the trail here through Loudon only once. Today I watched two sleds traveling north on the power line while trying to find enough snow. They stopped and turned around when they reached my place as it's pretty much open ground. Lots of open water, and the swampy areas will need a lot of cold weather to be passable. It will be a while before the C-15 Soucook River crossing will be possible, as the river is running strong. I'd be curious to know how many people took a sled out on a "real" trail while the snow was here.
  17. Official SledNH weather thread

    Well, we seem to have left winter behind for a while. Hard to imagine 24" of snow disappearing in a week, but there's only a bit of it left and it's 55 degrees and raining.
  18. Official SledNH weather thread

    We ended up with 20" Don't know if you've seen this. Note the times that readings were given to NWS. Cocorahs, COOP, and Trained spotter are volunteers who have received training from NWS. Public are, well, much like you and I. The types who measure snow on the leeward side of our house using a wooden yardstick we got from our heating fuel company. Broadcast media are just what you'd think. However it was measured, some places got a lot of snow. Bad luck for Coos County. ...New Hampshire... ...Belknap County... Sanbornton 42.4 in 0421 PM 12/17 Public Gilford 39.0 in 0322 PM 12/17 Broadcast Media Meredith 39.0 in 0147 PM 12/17 Public New Hampton 37.0 in 1211 PM 12/17 Public 3 SSW Meredith 35.7 in 1231 PM 12/17 Public Tilton-Northfield 31.2 in 1147 AM 12/17 Cocorahs 3 SW Laconia 30.0 in 0203 PM 12/17 Public 1 NE Gilford 29.0 in 0430 AM 12/17 Public Gilmanton 27.5 in 0512 PM 12/17 Public 1 ENE Barnstead 24.0 in 0616 PM 12/17 Public Belmont 24.0 in 0927 AM 12/17 Public 5 E Gilford 23.0 in 0413 PM 12/17 Amateur Radio 1 ESE Laconia 22.5 in 0328 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 3 S Alton 14.5 in 0917 AM 12/17 Public Alton 13.0 in 0734 AM 12/17 Public Sanbornton 2.3 WNW 12.2 in 0700 AM 12/17 COCORAHS ...Carroll County... 2 NW Ossipee 22.0 in 0408 PM 12/17 Amateur Radio Tamworth 18.0 in 0532 PM 12/17 Public Bridgewater 16.0 in 0910 AM 12/17 Public 2 WSW South Tamworth 16.0 in 1207 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter Wakefield 13.0 in 0852 AM 12/17 Public Wolfeboro 13.0 in 0700 AM 12/17 UCOOP Freedom 12.5 in 0522 PM 12/17 Public 2 NE Tamworth 10.4 in 0634 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 1 N Madison 10.0 in 0200 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 3 WNW Sandwich 8.5 in 1220 PM 12/17 Public 2 NE Jackson 6.0 in 0607 AM 12/17 Trained Spotter Albany 2.8 SW 5.7 in 0800 AM 12/17 COCORAHS 1 SE Jackson 5.5 in 0733 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter North Conway 1.8 SSE 5.0 in 0900 AM 12/17 COCORAHS ...Cheshire County... 1 NNE Stoddard 23.5 in 0413 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 3 W Marlow 22.0 in 0739 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter Marlborough 17.0 in 0505 PM 12/17 Public 2 NNE Chesterfield 16.0 in 1219 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 1 NNW Westmoreland 16.0 in 1000 AM 12/17 Public 3 W Marlborough 15.0 in 1153 AM 12/17 Public 2 SSE Rindge 12.3 in 0208 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter West Chesterfield 0.3 WNW 10.8 in 0700 AM 12/17 COCORAHS 2.0 NW Roxbury 10.0 in 0700 AM 12/17 COOP 1.6 W Keene 9.5 in 0715 AM 12/17 COOP Keene 2.0 SE 9.0 in 0600 AM 12/17 COCORAHS Swanzey 9.0 in 0452 AM 12/17 Broadcast Media Keene 2.5 NNW 8.5 in 0600 AM 12/17 COCORAHS ...Coos County... 2 NW Whitefield 2.8 in 1042 AM 12/17 Public Randolph 1.4 NE 1.3 in 0700 AM 12/17 COCORAHS Carroll 4.6 NE 1.2 in 0700 AM 12/17 COCORAHS 1 SE Lancaster 1.0 in 1120 AM 12/17 Trained Spotter Pittsburg 1.0 in 0700 AM 12/07 COOP ...Grafton County... 1 NNW Bristol 28.9 in 0416 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter Lebanon 20.0 in 1200 PM 12/17 Public 6 SSW Piermont 19.0 in 0902 AM 12/17 Trained Spotter 5 S Piermont 18.0 in 0501 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter Plymouth 17.0 in 0510 PM 12/17 Public Hanover 16.0 in 0851 AM 12/17 Public 2 NNW Ashland 15.0 in 1100 AM 12/17 Trained Spotter 2 NNW Orange 14.0 in 0919 AM 12/17 Public 5 NE Plymouth 12.5 in 0356 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter Hanover 4.8 NE 12.0 in 0700 AM 12/17 COCORAHS 2 WNW Hebron 12.0 in 0830 AM 12/17 Public Waterville Valley 8.0 in 1123 AM 12/17 NWS Employee 2.3 NW Warren 5.3 in 0700 AM 12/17 COOP Easton 0.6 ESE 5.0 in 0800 AM 12/17 COCORAHS Sugar Hill 4.1 in 0939 AM 12/17 Public Littleton 7.3 W 2.5 in 0800 AM 12/17 COCORAHS ...Hillsborough County... 1 NNW Weare 24.0 in 0223 PM 12/17 Public 2 NNE Weare 16.0 in 1125 AM 12/17 Trained Spotter 1 WSW Peterborough 14.5 in 1157 AM 12/17 Public Manchester 14.0 in 1225 PM 12/17 Public New Boston 14.0 in 0447 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 3 NNW Merrimack 13.0 in 0322 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 2 SW Brookline 12.0 in 0659 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter Milford 12.0 in 0511 PM 12/17 Public Manchester Airport 10.1 in 0454 PM 12/17 ASOS Goffstown 10.0 in 0728 AM 12/17 Broadcast Media 2 SSW Hollis 10.0 in 0332 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 2 S New Ipswich 10.0 in 0321 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 2 NNE Hudson 9.4 in 0641 PM 12/17 CO-OP Observer Greenville 1.1 ENE 9.0 in 0800 AM 12/17 COCORAHS Mont Vernon 1.3 SSW 8.9 in 0700 AM 12/17 COCORAHS 1 SSE Nashua 8.8 in 0103 PM 12/17 NWS Employee Amherst 3.7 NNE 8.5 in 0635 AM 12/17 COCORAHS 0.9 N Greenville 8.5 in 0845 AM 12/17 COOP 3 SSE Mason 8.5 in 0915 AM 12/17 Public 2 SSW Nashua 8.5 in 1107 AM 12/17 Trained Spotter 4 W Windham 6.8 in 0342 PM 12/17 Amateur Radio ...Merrimack County... Andover 40.0 in 0128 PM 12/17 Public Franklin 36.0 in 0543 PM 12/17 Public 1 W Northfield 34.4 in 0730 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 1 NW New London 33.0 in 0215 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter Danbury 32.0 in 0949 AM 12/17 Public Wilmot 32.0 in 1025 AM 12/17 Public 1 SSW New London 26.2 in 1055 AM 12/17 Public 3 WSW Chichester 26.0 in 0458 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter Danbury 2.2 ESE 26.0 in 0800 AM 12/17 COCORAHS Salisbury 24.5 in 1036 AM 12/17 Public Concord Airport 24.2 in 0107 PM 12/17 ASOS Boscawen 24.0 in 1221 PM 12/17 Public Sutton 24.0 in 1135 AM 12/17 Public Bradford 23.0 in 0814 AM 12/17 Public 3 E Tilton 22.3 in 1109 AM 12/17 Public 1 SSE Henniker 22.0 in 0658 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 4 SSE Boscawen 20.0 in 0242 PM 12/17 Law Enforcement Concord 20.0 in 1233 PM 12/17 Public Hill 20.0 in 0815 AM 12/17 Public 2.2 W Bradford 19.0 in 0101 PM 12/17 COOP 3 E Canterbury 18.1 in 1101 AM 12/17 Public Canterbury 17.3 in 0730 AM 12/17 Public 2 NNW Warner 17.0 in 0939 AM 12/17 Public Newbury 16.7 in 0845 AM 12/17 Public South Sutton 1.3 SE 16.2 in 0800 AM 12/17 COCORAHS Bow 16.0 in 0935 AM 12/17 Public Bow 1.6 NW 14.5 in 0745 AM 12/17 COCORAHS Allenstown 14.0 in 0813 AM 12/17 Public Pittsfield 0.2 SSW 13.0 in 0800 AM 12/17 COCORAHS South Hooksett 13.0 in 0439 PM 12/17 Public Dunbarton 3.8 SE 12.0 in 0900 AM 12/17 COCORAHS ...Rockingham County... 4 ESE Epsom 17.5 in 0515 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter Londonderry 16.0 in 0230 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 1 NNE Deerfield 15.0 in 0237 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter Deerfield 3.2 WSW 13.2 in 0700 AM 12/17 COCORAHS 2 SE Hampton 13.0 in 0738 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 1 NNW North Hampton 13.0 in 0801 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 3 N Derry 12.0 in 0743 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 1 SW Portsmouth 12.0 in 0433 PM 12/17 Public 2 SSE Portsmouth 11.5 in 0737 PM 12/17 Public Hampton 11.3 in 0456 PM 12/17 Public Rye 10.5 in 0434 PM 12/17 Public 2 WSW North Hampton 10.0 in 0744 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter Atkinson 9.8 in 0643 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 1 N North Hampton 9.7 in 0427 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter Hampstead 8.5 in 0730 AM 12/17 Public Portsmouth (Pease Airport) 8.5 in 0710 PM 12/17 AWOS Derry 8.0 in 0533 PM 12/17 Public Exeter 8.0 in 0430 PM 12/17 Public Auburn 1.8 E 7.0 in 0800 AM 12/17 COCORAHS Windham 7.0 in 0453 AM 12/17 Broadcast Media Newton 1.8 NW 6.5 in 0845 AM 12/17 COCORAHS 2 NE Kingston 6.1 in 0512 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter ...Strafford County... 1 SSE Strafford 19.5 in 0440 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter Rochester 17.3 in 0604 PM 12/17 Public Barrington 16.3 in 0745 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 3 ESE Barrington 16.3 in 0546 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 2 WSW Rochester 16.0 in 1052 AM 12/17 Public Dover 13.3 in 0509 PM 12/17 Public 3 SE Dover 9.0 in 0413 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 2 WNW Newington 7.6 in 0431 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter Lee 7.0 in 0740 AM 12/17 Public ...Sullivan County... Croydon 44.0 in 0550 PM 12/17 Public 4 ENE Claremont 43.0 in 0451 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter Springfield 42.0 in 0128 PM 12/17 Public Grantham 38.0 in 1215 PM 12/17 Public 2 NE Newport 38.0 in 0309 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter Claremont 37.0 in 1210 PM 12/17 Public 2 WSW Cornish 36.5 in 1215 PM 12/17 Public 2 NE Grantham 36.0 in 0222 AM 12/17 Public Sunapee 36.0 in 0607 PM 12/17 Public 2 SSE Goshen 33.0 in 1113 AM 12/17 Trained Spotter Plainfield 31.0 in 1030 AM 12/17 Public 1 SW Sunapee 29.0 in 1109 AM 12/17 Public 2 WSW Goshen 26.0 in 0355 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter 2 N Lempster 25.0 in 0417 PM 12/17 Trained Spotter Charlestown 23.0 in 0926 AM 12/17 Public Langdon 23.0 in 0130 PM 12/17 Public West Unity 0.7 WSW 17.0 in 0700 AM 12/17 COCORAHS Washington 14.0 in 0920 AM 12/17 Public Unity 12.0 in 0725 AM 12/17 Broadcast Media
  19. Official SledNH weather thread

    After plowing my driveway I decided to take my 570 Panther out to see how it ran. It's been a long time since we've had so much , about 18"-20", around Concord. The sled seemed to operate more like a submarine, even with the extra-wide skis. It will take a considerable amount of sled traffic to pack these trails.
  20. Official SledNH weather thread

    The NWS forecast is now leaning towards snow coming for south/central NH. It's still a Mass storm, but southern NH should get a good share. Cold air is settling in, should be close to zero tonight with little warmup for a couple days, so any precipitation should be snow. Still a lot of open water around.. Best bet around here (Concord area) would probably be a rail trail.
  21. Scrub Oak Scramblers trail info

    Thanks for the reply. The trail on the eastern end by the marina is now called the Marina Trail, I think. Looks like the name has changed. I also think that the Marina Trail meets the Black Brook Trail at Junction A and heads west. There doesn't seem to be a way to buy a new map either online or through the mail, so it's going to have to wait until I can get up there.
  22. Does anybody know the trail name/number for the trail that connects Ossipee Lake Marina traveling north-west over to C-19? Never mind. My old map doesn't reflect the current trail map's trail names. Gotta get a new map..
  23. Covid rules snowmobiling?

    Here's a pretty good summation of COVID rules for the New England states. Note that NH, MA, ME, and CT have potential penalties, and RI and VT do not. All 6 states have visitor quarantines in place, but proof of quarantine rules varies. Maine rules are more strict than NH or Vermont. https://www.pierceatwood.com/alerts/crossing-state-lines-interstate-travel-new-england-during-covid-19-pandemic
  24. Official SledNH weather thread

    It's fair to say that the snowfall was spotty. Some got it, some didn't. Here's what the NWS got for reports. In Loudon, about 4" of snow and considerable ice. Would be a great base, but I don't think it will last. ...Belknap County... Belmont 8.0 IN 0957 PM 12/05 Public Gilmanton 8.0 IN 0953 PM 12/05 Trained Spotter 1 NW Belmont 8.0 IN 0848 PM 12/05 Public 2 SE Barnstead 9.8 in 1100 AM 12/06 Trained Spotter Belmont 1.7 SW 6.6 in 0700 AM 12/06 COCORAHS Tilton Northfield 3.3 NE 3.0 in 0700 AM 12/06 COCORAHS Sanbornton 2.3 WNW 1.1 in 0700 AM 12/06 COCORAHS Meredith 2.9 SSW 1.0 in 0720 AM 12/06 COCORAHS New Hampton 4.1 N 1.0 in 0700 AM 12/06 COCORAHS ...Carroll County... Wolfeboro 0.6 SW 7.0 in 0700 AM 12/06 COCORAHS Brookfield 5.0 in 0901 AM 12/06 Public Wolfeboro 3.8 in 0700 AM 12/06 UCOOP ...Cheshire County... Rindge 3.2 ESE 8.0 in 0700 AM 12/06 COCORAHS ...Coos County... Mount Washington 17.9 in 0700 AM 12/06 CO-OP Observer Gorham 15.0 in 0600 AM 12/06 COOP 1 NNW Randolph 14.4 in 0925 AM 12/06 Public Randolph 1.4 NE 14.4 in 0700 AM 12/06 COCORAHS Carroll 4.6 NE 11.9 in 0730 AM 12/06 COCORAHS 2 E Randolph 11.3 in 0921 AM 12/06 Trained Spotter 2 SSW Whitefield 8.0 in 0906 AM 12/06 Public 1 NNW Stratford 5.5 in 0849 AM 12/06 Public Pittsburg 5.0 in 0821 AM 12/06 Public Northumberland 4.0 in 0825 AM 12/06 COOP 2 NW Whitefield 3.5 in 0813 AM 12/06 1 SE Lancaster 3.0 in 0844 AM 12/06 Trained Spotter Whitefield 3.0 in 0841 AM 12/06 Trained Spotter Lancaster 0.5 N 2.0 in 0600 AM 12/06 COCORAHS 3.1 SW Colebrook 1.3 in 0630 AM 12/06 COOP ...Grafton County... 2 SSW Sugar Hill 10.5 in 1041 AM 12/06 Public Easton 0.6 ESE 8.8 in 0800 AM 12/06 COCORAHS 6 ESE Orange 8.0 in 1022 AM 12/06 Public 1 SW Sugar Hill 6.0 in 0809 AM 12/06 2.3 NW Warren 4.8 in 0700 AM 12/06 COOP Littleton 7.3 W 2.2 in 0800 AM 12/06 COCORAHS 2 ENE Lebanon 2.0 in 0833 AM 12/06 Public 5 NNE Piermont 2.0 in 0823 AM 12/06 Public Ashland 2.4 NNW 1.0 in 0700 AM 12/06 COCORAHS ...Hillsborough County... 3 NNE Sharon 11.5 in 1005 AM 12/06 Public Greenville 1.1 ENE 9.0 in 0800 AM 12/06 COCORAHS New Boston 8.0 in 1029 AM 12/06 Trained Spotter Peterborough 7.8 in 0907 AM 12/06 Public Mont Vernon 1.3 SSW 4.8 in 0800 AM 12/06 COCORAHS 2 NNE Hudson 4.6 in 0944 AM 12/06 CO-OP Observer Brookline 2.3 SW 4.0 in 0800 AM 12/06 COCORAHS 3 ESE Bedford 4.0 in 0700 AM 12/06 ASOS 1.1 SE Nashua 3.9 in 0745 AM 12/06 COOP 2 NW Merrimack 3.5 in 1100 AM 12/06 Trained Spotter Amherst 3.7 NNE 3.0 in 0830 AM 12/06 COCORAHS 1 WSW Nashua 2.2 in 0806 AM 12/06 Trained Spotter Milford 1 ESE 2.0 in 0730 AM 12/06 COOP ...Merrimack County... Hooksett 8.0 in 0852 AM 12/06 Public Bow 1.6 NW 6.5 in 0800 AM 12/06 COCORAHS Wilmot 6.0 in 0929 AM 12/06 Public 2 E Concord 4.5 in 0700 AM 12/06 ASOS Newbury 1.6 NW 4.0 in 0700 AM 12/06 COCORAHS 3 E Canterbury 3.5 in 0718 AM 12/06 Canterbury 2.5 SSW 2.8 in 0915 AM 12/06 COCORAHS Concord 3.8 SSE 2.5 in 0700 AM 12/06 COCORAHS Danbury 2.2 ESE 2.4 in 0800 AM 12/06 COCORAHS South Sutton 2.5 SSE 2.0 in 0700 AM 12/06 COCORAHS 1 SSE Henniker 1.5 in 0717 AM 12/06 Trained Spotter ...Rockingham County... 4 ESE Epsom 9.2 in 0754 AM 12/06 Trained Spotter 1 NNE Deerfield 7.0 in 0809 AM 12/06 Trained Spotter 4 NW Northwood 6.0 in 0930 AM 12/06 Nottingham 1.2 S 4.8 in 0830 AM 12/06 COCORAHS Hampstead 3 NW 3.4 in 0800 AM 12/06 COOP 2 ENE Stratham 2.5 in 0600 AM 12/06 Trained Spotter 1 S Greenland 2.0 in 0712 AM 12/06 CO-OP Observer 2 SSE Newington 2.0 in 0700 AM 12/06 AWOS Stratham 1.9 ESE 2.0 in 0700 AM 12/06 COCORAHS 1 SSW Plaistow 1.0 in 0909 AM 12/06 ...Strafford County... Strafford 14.0 in 0900 AM 12/06 Public Barrington 5.8 in 0721 AM 12/06 Trained Spotter Barrington 3.2 E 5.0 in 0700 AM 12/06 COCORAHS 3 SE Dover 2.3 in 0618 AM 12/06 Trained Spotter ...Sullivan County... 2 WSW Goshen 4.8 in 0911 AM 12/06 Trained Spotter
  25. Official SledNH weather thread

    Here's a satellite picture of the east coast. At 10:45am big wet snowflakes.