NH snow totals by city: November 16, 2022

Total snowfall in New Hampshire by city: November 16, 2022



HAS MORE ON SOME OF THESE SUMS. HELLO MATT. HELLO HALEY. YES YOU CAN SEE CLEARLY BEHIND ME WE DID NOT GET MUCH SNOW HERE IN CENTRAL MANCHESTER BUT THAT WAS NOT THE CASE IN THE CENTRAL AND NORTHERN SECTIONS OF THE STATE. LET’S RETRIEVE SOME OF THE SNOW SUMS WE’VE SEEN SINCE LATE LAST NIGHT. BARTLETT, ONE OF THE CITIES THAT COME WITH SOME OF THE HIGHER TOTALS, ALMOST FIVE INCHES THERE IN MOUNT WASHINGTON VALLEY. FREEDOM JUST THREE INCHES AND A HALF SNOW. NORTH WOODSTOCK, THREE INCHES PLYMOUTH, ABOUT TWO AND THREE QUARTERS INCHES. SECURE. PLYMOUTH STATE METEOROLOGY STUDENTS WERE EXCITED TO GET THEIR FIRST TASTE OF WINTER THIS SEASON. AND IN LEINSTER THEY RECORDED SNOWS. HOW ABOUT THESE TOTALS HERE FROM NORTH CONWAY, NEAR 10 INCHES OF SNOW. BRISTOL, TWO INCHES AND A HALF. LYME, TWO INCHES NOT THAT MUCH IN TILTON AND ANTRIM TOTAL THERE ABOUT ONE INCH TO AN INCH AND A HALF AND THROUGH FAR SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE THIS STORM WAS MORE WET THAN WHITE WITH MANY CITIES. YOU SEE HERE RAINFALL RAISES BETWEEN ABOUT THREE QUARTERS TO INCHES. SO WE SAY SO LONG TO THIS

Total snowfall in New Hampshire by city: November 16, 2022

The first winter storm system of the season moved through New Hampshire Tuesday night into Wednesday. The snow totals below are from local observers from the National Weather Service. Total snowfall may vary due to terrain and other variables. If your city or municipality is not listed, it means no one has submitted a snowfall report. Feel free to send your grand total to [email protected] to add to the list. 2.8″ Bristol – 2.5″ Center Sandwich – 3.0″ Chesterfield – 1.0″ Claremont – 1.5″ Contoocook – 1.9″ Danbury – 2.6″ Dunbarton – 1.1″ East Wakefield – 2.5″ Effingham – 3.1″ Epsom – 1.0″ Franklin – 1.5″ Freedom – 3.6″ Gilford – 2.6″ Greenville – 1.0″ Henniker – 2.3″ Jackson – 2, 8″Jaffrey – 1.2″Keene – 2.0″Laconia – 1.0″Lempster – 2.1″Littleton – 1.7″Lyme – 2.0″Madison – 2.0″Meredith – 2.3″ New London – 2.3″ North Conway – 3.7″ North Woodstock – 3.0″ Piermont – 1.5″ Pittsfield – 2.5″ Plymouth – 2.8″ Sanbornton – 2.4″ Strafford – 2.5 Inches Sunapee – 2.0 in Tamworth – 2.5 in Tempel – 1.0 in Tilton – 1.5 in “Tilton – 2.0″ Unity – 3.0″ Warner – 2.0″ Wolfeboro – 2.8”

The first winter storm system of the season moved through New Hampshire Tuesday night into Wednesday.

The following snow totals are from local observers from the National Weather Service. Total snowfall may vary due to terrain and other variables. If your city or municipality is not listed, it means no one has submitted a snowfall report. Feel free to send your total to [email protected] to add to the list.

  • Albania – 3.0”
  • Antrim – 1.0”
  • Ashland – 3.0”
  • Bartlett – 4.8”
  • Belmont – 1.5 inch
  • Boscawen – 1.4”
  • Loop – 1.6”
  • Bradford – 2.8 inches
  • Bristol – 2.5”
  • Center Sandwich – 3.0”
  • Chesterfield – 1.0”
  • Claremont—1.5 inches
  • Contoocook – 1.9 inches
  • Danbury – 2.6 inches
  • Dunbarton – 1.1 inches
  • East Wakefield – 2.5 inches
  • Effingham – 3.1 inches
  • Bitter – 1.0”
  • Frank Line – 1.5”
  • Freedom – 3.6”
  • Gilford – 2.6 inches
  • Greenville – 1.0”
  • Henniker – 2.3 inches
  • Jackson-2.8”
  • Jaffrey – 1.2”
  • Keene – 2.0”
  • Laconia – 1.0”
  • Lempster – 2.1 inch
  • Littleton – 1.7 inches
  • Lyme – 2.0”
  • Madison—2.0”
  • Meredith – 2.3”
  • New London – 2.3 inches
  • North Conway – 3.7 inches
  • North Woodstock – 3.0 in
  • Piermont – 1.5”
  • Pittsfield – 2.5 inches
  • Plymouth – 2.8 inch
  • Sanbornton – 2.4 inches
  • Strafford – 2.5 inches
  • Sunapee – 2.0”
  • Tamworth – 2.5 inch
  • Temple – 1.0”
  • Tilton – 1.5 inch
  • Tilton – 2.0”
  • Unit – 3.0”
  • Warner – 2.0”
  • Wolfeboro – 2.8”

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