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New Hampshire is in line for a significant snowfall Sunday into Monday, with some areas potentially seeing around 6-10 inches of snow. A winter storm warning has been posted for interior southern New Hampshire from Sunday afternoon through Monday afternoon. A winter weather advisory, meanwhile, goes into effect for the coast and much of central New Hampshire at 1 p.m.>> National Weather Service alerts and bulletins Snow will break out by the late morning in far southern New Hampshire and spread northward throughout the afternoon. It could begin initially as rain within about 10-15 miles of the coastline but it will eventually change to snow.Snow continues through the night and into Monday morning for many areas, with slippery travel conditions likely through the Monday morning commute.>> Interactive radarThe snow will likely fall heaviest in the higher elevations of the Monadnock Region, which should see about 6-10 inches of snow. About 3-6 inches of snow is expected from the Merrimack Valley to the Seacoast and through much of central New Hampshire. >> Download the free WMUR app to get updates on the go: Apple | Google Play <<There will be lighter snow totals farther north.The snow should start to pull away on Monday morning. It will dry out for the afternoon with a few peeks of sun by late in the day, with high temperatures in the 30s. >> See latest hour-by-hour forecast:Full sunshine returns Tuesday before another cooldown midweek.Stay with the Storm Watch 9 team for updates. Be weather-aware! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and turn on push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and/or up to three ZIP codes. In addition, you can receive word when precipitation is coming to your area.Get storm coverage through the free Very Local app on your smart TV.Follow the Storm Watch 9 team on social media:Mike Haddad: Facebook | XKevin Skarupa: Facebook | XHayley LaPoint: Facebook | XJacqueline Thomas: Facebook | XMatt Hoenig: Facebook | X

New Hampshire is in line for a significant snowfall Sunday into Monday, with some areas potentially seeing around 6-10 inches of snow.

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A winter storm warning has been posted for interior southern New Hampshire from Sunday afternoon through Monday afternoon. A winter weather advisory, meanwhile, goes into effect for the coast and much of central New Hampshire at 1 p.m.

>> National Weather Service alerts and bulletins

Snow will break out by the late morning in far southern New Hampshire and spread northward throughout the afternoon. It could begin initially as rain within about 10-15 miles of the coastline but it will eventually change to snow.

Snow continues through the night and into Monday morning for many areas, with slippery travel conditions likely through the Monday morning commute.

>> Interactive radar

The snow will likely fall heaviest in the higher elevations of the Monadnock Region, which should see about 6-10 inches of snow.

About 3-6 inches of snow is expected from the Merrimack Valley to the Seacoast and through much of central New Hampshire.

>> Download the free WMUR app to get updates on the go: Apple | Google Play <<

There will be lighter snow totals farther north.

The snow should start to pull away on Monday morning. It will dry out for the afternoon with a few peeks of sun by late in the day, with high temperatures in the 30s.

>> See latest hour-by-hour forecast:

Full sunshine returns Tuesday before another cooldown midweek.

Stay with the Storm Watch 9 team for updates.

Be weather-aware! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and turn on push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and/or up to three ZIP codes. In addition, you can receive word when precipitation is coming to your area.

Get storm coverage through the free Very Local app on your smart TV.

Follow the Storm Watch 9 team on social media:

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