The snow is gone, but bitterly cold weather arrives early in the week as the winter's hold on the Seacoast continues.

Parking bans were lifted by Saturday morning in Dover, Hampton, Portsmouth, Salisbury and Somersworth.

Portsmouth residents who parked at the Foundry and Hanover garages have until 10 a.m. Saturday to remove their vehicles before the parking rate returns to normal.

Cape Neddick in York County hit the jackpot for total snowfall, with 8.6 inches of the powdery snow reported to the National Weather Service in Gray, Maine.

8 inches were reported in Dover and 7.8 inches were reported in Stratham. Durham, Lee, Kittery and Rye all reported 7 inches.

Snow total map from Friday's storm 1/7/22
Snow total map from Friday's storm 1/7/22 (NWS Gray)
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Total Snow Accumulation

Maine

York County

  • Cape Neddick 8.6 inches
  • Kittery 7.0 inches
  • 2 WSW Ogunquit 6.4 inches
  • 2 NNW Saco 6.2 inches
  • 5 NNW Acton 6.1 inches
  • 4 ESE Limerick 5.1 inches
  • Berwick 5.0 inches
  • 5 W Arundel 4.5 inches
  • 1 NW Hollis 4.0 inches

New Hampshire

Rockingham County

    • Stratham 7.8 inches
    • 2 NW Lee 7.0 inches
    • Rye 1.0 S 7.0 inches
    • 1 SW Hampton Falls 6.8 inches
    • Portsmouth Airport 6.6 inches
    • 1 N Deerfield 6.4 inches
    • 1 NW Hampstead 6.0 inches
    • Hampton 6.0 inches
    • 3 NE Kingston 6.0 inches
    • Derry 4.8 inches
    • 3 N Derry inches

Strafford County

  • 1 N Dover 8.0 inches
  • Durham 7.0 inches
  • 4 NE Barrington 6.5 inches
  • 2 WNW Newington 6.4 inches
  • 1 SSE Strafford 5.0 inches

Massachusetts

Essex County...

  • Salem 12.0 inches
  • Manchester 11.5 inches
  • Swampscott 10.5 inches
  • Marblehead 9.9 inches
  • Peabody 9.0 inches
  • Topsfield 8.0 inches
  • West Peabody 7.5 inches
  • Lawrence 6.5 inches
  • Haverhill 6.0 inches
  • Bradford 6.0 inches
  • North Andover 6.0 inches
  • Andover 6.0 inches
  • Ipswich 6.0 inches
  • Middleton 5.9 inches
Snow from Friday's storm
Snow from Friday's storm 1/7/22 (Jolana Miller)
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Up Next: Freezing Rain, Bitter Cold

Saturday is a break from the wintry precipitation with sunny skies and high temperatures reaching the upper 20s.

Rain hitting cold surfaces could bring icy, slick conditions to the Seacoast on Sunday morning but no accumulations of ice, according to the forecasters in Gray. The rain will continue in the afternoon.

An arctic cold front will bring the coldest temperatures of the season so far, with high temperatures in the 20s on Monday. Temperatures plunge Monday night to single digits under cloudy skies, and will stay there on Tuesday.

Temperatures will moderate back into the 20s by Wednesday and the 30s on Thursday and Friday.

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNH

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