Snow showers bring more slipping on New Hampshire roads
A snow shower advanced across parts of New Hampshire early Sunday, renewing slippery road conditions that plagued motorists on Saturday, when a heavier-than-forecast snowfall was blamed for several traffic accidents.
The light snowfall Sunday came with temperatures just below the freezing mark, resulting in slippery spots where treatment had not been applied or had washed away. Accidents impeding traffic have been reported in Derry, Lee, Sandown and Brentwood.
In Derry, a spin-out on Interstate Route 93, in which two cars collided, backed up traffic for about a mile at about 9:30 a.m.
National Weather Service forecasters said some snow showers are possible Sunday afternoon with temperatures falling into the 20s Sunday night and into single digits and below-zero readings by late Monday as another Arctic cold air mass settles in for the remainder of the work week.
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