The track is changing... or tracks.. How worried should we be here in NH? Is it likely to take a sharp turn towards PA or remain in the waters?? Either way with those 3 storms, we're pretty much screwed and should get prepared right?? I just worry. Last year with Irene we went all out, and boarded up windows, and stocked up. But PSNH sent an email cautioning us to get prepared. It is my understanding this is a one time event of a lifetime?
CURRENT CONDITIONS FOR MANCHESTER, NH
Mostly Cloudy 65° Wind: NNE at 4 Humidity: 61% Dewpoint: 51° Pressure: 30.06 in
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