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New Hampshire Official Advisories

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    NEWSLETTERS

    (NECN) - The following are action items NH Governor's Office and NH Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management are asking all NH residents and visitors to take:

    - Red Cross opening four regional shelters in NH beginning at 6 p.m.: Keene, Keene Recreation Center, 312 Washington St.; Nashua High School North, 16 Chuck Druding Drive, Nashua; Bow High School, 32 White Rock Hill Road, Bow; Sanborn Regional High School, 17 Danville Road, Kingston.

    - Red Cross in NH ready to open other regional shelters as needed. Several local shelters also opening Saturday evening. Anyone in NH looking for shelter information can call 2-1-1.

    - Emergency officials advise if you live in a home that may not sustain high winds or live in a low lying area susceptible to flooding, seek shelter before the storm arrives Sunday morning.

    - NH Gov. John Lynch and NH State Police asking everyone to stay off the roads Sunday during the height of the storm

    -State and local officials asking people to stay away from the beaches on the NH Seacoast

    - All NH State Parks, Forests and Trails closed effective 6 p.m. Saturday until Tuesday morning. White Mountain National Forest close 6 p.m. Saturday.

    - NH Marine Patrol instructing people to stay off the water during storm on Sunday; take necessary precautions to secure water craft

    11:30p.m.: Londonderry High School, 295 Mammoth Road, Londonderry

     

    6 p.m.: Keene, Keene Recreation Center, 312 Washington St.; Nashua High School North, 16 Chuck Druding Drive, Nashua; Bow High School, 32 White Rock Hill Road, Bow; Sanborn Regional High School, 17 Danville Road, Kingston

    Anyone in NH looking for shelter information can call 211.