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She's gonna be wet and heavy!

No fooling. Snow is on the way!

We've got a storm system moving in for overnight tonight and into Saturday. Expect heavy, wet snow to accumulate generally 6-10" throughout the state, with some higher elevations picking up 12"+.

March 31, 2017 forecast

"Keep doing what we're doing, keep fighting the good fight, help out every chance you can; and everybody, ... have a good day!"

~ Hillbilly

April 20, 2016
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Granite State Harley-Davidson – Memorial Day weekend

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Hey everybody!

Saturday, May 28th, I will be up at Granite State Harley-Davidson in Lebanon, NH

from 11am – 4pm to help celebrate their open house. There will be live music, a

bikini bike wash, a beer garden and much more. 7 Barrel Brewery will be in the house!

Make plans now to c’mon up north to Granite State Harley-Davidson.

March 21, 2016
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How much snow did ya get?

Click on the header and chime in with your name, location and snowfall amount. I’m interested in just how this one panned out for everyone. Thanks!

March 20, 2016
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Timing of the storm

The snow will really start to come down in the pre-dawn hours, (4am or so) here in NH. Parts of Massachusetts will likely see it start a couple hours sooner. The snow will fall throughout the morning commute for just about everybody. Everybody who sees it anyway. Northern and western parts of NH will likely see very little snow, if any at all. It should all wind down by midday.

Speed safely everyone!

March 20, 2016
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Accumulation map

As this storm continues to develop there have been significant changes in the snowfall amounts, especially for eastern Massachusetts. Stay tuned for further updates as the storm continues to develop.

March 18, 2016
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St. Patrick’s Day – ManchVegas

I decided to head on over to ManchVegas Thursday morning and pop in on Greg and The Morning Buzz. Yep, I showed up unannounced because I wasn’t sure if I was going to be able to get over there or not. I had a feeling, Greg, being the stand up guy that he is, would greet me with hospitality, and he sure did. As soon as I got his attention he brought me right up to where all the business was going on and set me up with a mic. Then, just like that, we were talking live on the air and I was right into the weather. I can’t say thank you enough to those guys for all the support they have shown me. I also can’t thank all of you enough for such a warm welcome as well. Many people approached me to shake my hand, take a picture and thank me for what I keep doing. You guys are what keeps me going.