NH State Police reduce highway speed limit to 45 mph during storm

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March 19, 2013, 7:49 am
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(NECN: Lauren Collins, Manchester, NH) – In New Hampshire, Manchester schools are closed as they brace for up to a foot of snow.

The roads are pretty manageable, despite being sloppy and slushy.

The biggest area of problems is in the Nashua area on Route 3, near the Massachusetts board.

The concern is as the storm drags on. It’s expected to be a long duration storm.

State Police have reduced speed limits on the highways down to 45 mph.

Lt. Chris Wagner asks everyone to slow down, saying you’ll get where you need to be.

Watch the attached video for more.

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