Snow has ended across the region, but the number of power outages in New Hampshire has continued to climb. The state Emergency Operations Center is tracking the statewide outages, and reported over 207,000 customers were without power earlier this morning. Power is gradually being restored, but the state is now encouraging those who are still without power to consider moving to safer locations.
Temperatures are expected to drop into the single digits Friday night into Saturday.
Yesterday's snow set a new record for the date: 10.3 inches of snowfall was recorded in Concord, breaking the old record of 4.5 inches set in 1956.