Warmer weather on the way
Stephanie Doherty of Auburn covers her face to protect herself from a biting wind as she makes her way through downtown Manchester on Tuesday. (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER)
The temperatures could climb even higher, as forecast models at the NWS website on Tuesday night showed Saturday and Sunday with potential high temperatures around 45 degrees for Manchester.
Not only was the kennel area for the dogs damaged, but food, treats, Christmas gifts and cleaning supplies fell victim to the flooding. The shelter area for cats was not affected.
She said “a great response from the community” led shelter officials to decide to perform more cleaning and to spruce the place up. The shelter plans to do some interior painting this weekend and those interested in volunteering can email email@example.com for details.
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