Crews in northern and western New Hampshire work to restore power

Outages have dropped significantly across New Hampshire, but many communities remain without power Sunday.Wet, heavy snow brought down trees and electrical wires, primarily in the northern and western parts of New Hampshire. Eversource spokesman William Hinkle said they expect nearly all power to be restored across the state by 6 p.m. Monday. “Road conditions made travel to trouble spots very difficult for our crews, but they continue to make good progress,” Hinkle said.>> View updated New Hampshire power outage mapsNew Hampshire Electric Cooperative said crews will be finished by 10 p.m. Monday. Operations manager Joshua Mazzei said the storm damage was “extensive and statewide.””We expect further progress today and remain confident that we will be substantially restored by Monday night,” Mazzei said.

Outages have dropped significantly across New Hampshire, but many communities remain without power Sunday.

Wet, heavy snow brought down trees and electrical wires, primarily in the northern and western parts of New Hampshire.

Eversource spokesman William Hinkle said they expect nearly all power to be restored across the state by 6 p.m. Monday.

“Road conditions made travel to trouble spots very difficult for our crews, but they continue to make good progress,” Hinkle said.

>> View updated New Hampshire power outage maps

New Hampshire Electric Cooperative said crews will be finished by 10 p.m. Monday.

Operations manager Joshua Mazzei said the storm damage was “extensive and statewide.”

“We expect further progress today and remain confident that we will be substantially restored by Monday night,” Mazzei said.

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