(NECN: Ally Donnelly, Nashua, N.H.) – Snow was still falling on Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. in Nashua, New Hampshire.
“The snow’s light. It’s flying well. As far as the storm, we’re getting pretty used to it by now,” said resident Mike Tenney.
Crews had been sanding and salting since 4:00 a.m.
“We have about 75 pieces out right now, but it’s just keeping up with the snowfall,” said Howl Grimont.
Residents are expecting up to 14 inches of snow.
Some kids were enlisted in shoveling out their driveways, while others enjoyed the day off of school by sledding at Roby Park in Nashua.
The mayor of Nashua declared a snow emergency, which ends at midnight.
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