- Associated Press - Sunday, February 1, 2015

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Northern New England will be hit with another winter storm Monday.

The National Weather Service predicts southern Vermont could see the first flakes from the slow-moving storm at about 3 a.m. Snow should begin falling after daylight in Concord, New Hampshire. And by mid-morning, the storm could reach Portland, Maine.

Nashua, New Hampshire - still reeling from 33 inches of snow in last week’s storm - is in the band expected to get hit hardest. Gov. Maggie Hassan says the Emergency Operations Center will open Monday morning and monitor the state’s weather. She urged residents to plan ahead for the workday commute.

Meteorologist Tom Hawley says southern New Hampshire and Vermont could get more than 14 inches of snow. He says the north country can expect 4 to 8 inches.

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