The Bomb Cyclone means business as it screams up the eastern seaboard. Many in New England could lose power, and New Hampshire is expected to be one of the hardest hit areas.

Kaitlyn Woods from Eversource spoke with WMUR this AM. She stated the major concern for expected power losses was prolonged wind. "We started planning for this storm early this week, securing resources." "We have more than 400 line, tree, and service workers ready to respond to any resulting power outages." With expected gusts in to the 50's, she continued "If the winds start to pick up above 30MPH, it can slow restoration efforts, and we will be working as quickly as we can as long as the work is safe."

Here's how to report a power outage in New Hampshire.