UPDATE: Some Areas of New Hampshire Could See Close to a Foot of Snow Tuesday/Wednesday
Depending on what part of New Hampshire you call home, you could be in for close to a foot of snow beginning Tuesday night and lasting into Wednesday.
According to WMUR, areas like Conway and Laconia could be in for somewhere in the neighborhood of 6-10 inches, while the seacoast might see 1-3 inches. There are Winter Storm Watches posted already for Tuesday and Tuesday evening.
According to the National Weather Service:
HEAVY SNOW POSSIBLE TUESDAY NIGHT...Low pressure tracking near the New England coastline will spread snowfall across New Hampshire and Maine beginning Tuesday afternoon and lasting through Wednesday morning. There is the potential for 6 or more inches of snowfall. Snow may change to rain as it comes to an end, especially along the coast.
The NWS also issued the following:
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FROM 1PM TUESDAY, JANUARY 29TH THROUGH 7AM WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30TH.
If you'll be out traveling, please use extra care and caution, as some of the roadways may become slippery.