A high wind warning remains posted for the entire State of New Hampshire until 8 a.m. Tuesday. Winds gusts of up to 55 miles per hour are possible. A coastal flooding warning is posted until 5 a.m. Additional rainfall of 1-2 inches is possible. The storm is expected to move out of the state by Tuesday morning.
Governor Lynch has declared a State of Emergency in New Hampshire as of 10 a.m. Monday. People are requested to stay off the roads because of hazards created by standing water, flying debris and downed wires.
Utility outages, total is approximately 126,000.
100 National Guard soldiers are on standby at Pease Air National Guard Base and the Manchester and Plymouth armories. They have not yet been deployed.
16 Shelters open or on standby:
For updated shelter information, call 211.
Road closures: 18 state roads, Route 123 in Hancock, Route 111A in Brentwood, Route 12A in Claremont, Route 109 North in Moultonborough and Route 151 in North Hampton. 127 local roads are closed.