Flakes make for slick travel conditions

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GOOD MORNING, SEAN. YES THOSE COMMUTERS ARE BEGINNING THE ROAD. THE ROADS WILL GET A LITTLE PRESSURE AND THE TEAMS WILL TAKE IT OUT OF THERE AS WELL AS THE TRAFFIC. WE HAVE TEAMS HERE ALL MORNING. Last night, transportation officials said they helped clean up multiple accidents along the state. THE CREW COULD HANDLE A LOT OF THAT SNOWFALL THAT BUILT UP. AND ALTHOUGH THIS WAS NOT A MAJOR STORM, THEY CONTINUE TO IMPRESS THE DRIVERS TO TAKE TIME THIS MORNING. PEOPLE SHOULD DEFINITELY PLAN AHEAD IN THE MORNING, MAYBE EXTRA 15 MINUTES. AND AGAIN, TAKE YOUR TIME. DRIVE WITH CARE AS THERE MAY BE SOME ICY SPOTS AND PLACES. AND THIS IS NOW NEW ENGLAND. I mean, WE WANT THE SNOW. WE WANT THE SKILAND. WE NEED IT FOR SNOWMOBILERS AND EVERYONE TO ENJOY A FUN WINTER. SO BUT WE JUST HAVE TO SLOW DOWN WHEN WE HAVE THE SNOW. AND WE MAY SEE ANOTHER ROUND OF WINTERS LATER THIS WEEK, STARTING THURSDAY NIGHT. SO, OF COURSE WE SURE WILL

Snow makes for slippery commutes in New Hampshire

Drivers are being urged to exercise caution on the road on Monday as the fresh snowfall is making travel difficult in many areas.

State and local police urged motorists to exercise caution as they hit the road Monday morning. Light snow falling Sunday night left slick conditions in many areas. Around 5 a.m. on Monday, News 9 saw slowdowns in multiple areas and a few crashes. Department of Transportation officials were able to handle much of the snowfall that accumulated Sunday night, but they said Monday morning commutes would still be unpredictable. just drive carefully as there may be ice spots in some places. But this is New England. We want the snow,” said Richard Arcand, the information officer for the New Hampshire’s Department of Transportation. A number of schools were delayed Monday morning because of the icy conditions. A list of school delays can be found here. By 7 a.m., traffic conditions in many places better, though a notable accident on I-93 North sent traffic snarling and left one person slightly injured.

State and local police urged motorists to exercise caution as they hit the road Monday morning. Light snow falling Sunday night left slick conditions in many areas.

Around 5 a.m. on Monday, News 9 saw slowdowns in multiple areas and a few crashes. Department of Transportation crews were able to deal with much of the snowfall that had piled up Sunday night, but they said Monday morning commutes would still be unpredictable.

“People should definitely plan ahead in the morning, maybe set aside an extra 15 minutes and again, just take your time. Just drive carefully because there may be ice patches in some places. But this is New England. We want the snow,” said Richard Arcand, the public information officer for the New Hampshire Department of Transportation.

A number of schools were delayed on Monday morning because of the slipperiness. A list of school delays can be found here.

By 7 a.m., traffic conditions were better in many places, although a notable crash on I-93 North sent traffic snarling and left one person slightly injured.

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