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Pattern change towards end of the month?

 

Arctic air is likely to only periodically brush areas from the Upper Midwest to northern New York state and New England over the next couple of weeks. These areas will continue to receive rounds of snow. The combination of snow and periodic cold will create good skiing conditions.

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For now, AccuWeather's long-range team is expecting a significant downturn in temperatures in the Northeast sometime during the third or fourth week of the month but stopping short of a close encounter with the polar vortex.

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On 1/5/2019 at 6:13 PM, Smellytele said:

Just a little sleet north of Concord to about Tilton. Drive was fine to Cannon

I drove to Burke and encountered the same , Not a fan of 93.  i drive 75mph and the karmikaze drivers that are weaving thru traffic is crazy at night. hope none here have a Red VW wagon , WTF  I drove Rt 16 for 45 years  and never saw the crap drivers do as on RT93. 

 

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20 minutes ago, Brad J said:

I drove to Burke and encountered the same , Not a fan of 93.  i drive 75mph and the karmikaze drivers that are weaving thru traffic is crazy at night. hope none here have a Red VW wagon , WTF  I drove Rt 16 for 45 years  and never saw the crap drivers do as on RT93. 

 

I used to drive up 16 and thought it was one of the most dangerous roads in NH. also it was mostly a single lane road, 93 has a 70 mph speed limit and is 2 lanes so apples and oranges

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i know its totally different type of road , i am just speaking of the demeanor of the drivers, they know  rt 16 its dangerous  and drive accordingly .

1 hour ago, Smellytele said:

I used to drive up 16 and thought it was one of the most dangerous roads in NH. also it was mostly a single lane road, 93 has a 70 mph speed limit and is 2 lanes so apples and oranges

 

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