More than 100,000 New Hampshire electric customers had their power restored throughout Tuesday as high winds with powerful gusts blew through the region. But thousands of customers are still without electricity.
Monday night is expected to be bitterly cold, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures are expected to dip down toward 10 degrees and winds will whip around at 15-25 mph, which could have a real feel of about -8. Scattered snow showers are expected with a 30% chance of precipitation.