Entire state under flood watch as milder temperatures move in

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Entire state under flood watch as milder temperatures move in

Post  fshnski on Sun Jan 12, 2014 2:38 pm

Temperatures are hitting 40 degrees in some areas, causing ice to melt. A few areas have already reported receding waters from rivers. Authorities urged people in Thornton to evacuate early Sunday due to flooding from the Pemigewasset River. Officials are asking drivers to go along their commutes today with extreme caution.

The National Weather Service issued flood warnings Sunday for the following rivers:

Pemigewasset River in Plymouth, where levels are 1 foot above the flooding.
Saco River at Conway, where minor flooding occurred and ice jams are predicted for late Sunday.

The milder weather is expected to stay all week long.

A wind advisory is also in effect in the southwestern part of New Hampshire, where people will be able to feel winds over 40 mph.

Read more: http://www.wmur.com/weather/stormwatch/entire-state-under-flood-watch-as-milder-temperatures-move-in/-/17328920/23890550/-/42vp37/-/index.html#ixzz2qDNY9WUH

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