The last three weekends, New Hampshire has seen snowstorm after snowstorm move through, dropping everything from nearly two feet of light, fluffy powder to several inches of wet, heavy snow and slush.
The weekend trend looks to end late Tuesday night into Wednesday, however, as a midweek winter storm climbs the coast and into the Granite State.
According to The National Weather Service, 3 to 6 inches of heavy snow is expected to blanket areas of southern New Hampshire, including Salem, with some areas seeing higher totals. Snow is likely to begin late Tuesday night and then possibly mixing with sleet, freezing rain and rain through Wednesday and into Thursday.
The Wednesday morning and evening commute are likely to be impacted by poor road conditions, as is the Thursday morning drive. Power outages are also possible.
Check back with Salem Patch regularly for more on the storm.