The snow is all over except for the shoveling as the storm slides out to sea after leaving nearly a foot across the Seacoast.

The snow fell a bit short of the predicted maximum accumulation of 12 inches. The Cape Neddick section of York received the most snow with 11.4 inches, followed by Kittery with 11 inches and 10 inches in Hampton and Stratham, according to National Weather Service reports.

New Hampshire State Police reported that they responded to at least 40 crashes, spin-outs, and vehicles off the road by 1 p.m. Friday afternoon.

Parking restrictions were lifted in Amesbury, Dover, Exeter, Newburyport, Portsmouth, and Somersworth.

COAST buses are operating on a normal schedule Saturday.

The city of Dover asked for help in shoveling out a three foot clearance around 1,200 fire hydrants.

Snow in Dover 2/25/22
Snow in Dover 2/25/22 (Jolana Miller, Townsquare Media)

Snowfall Totals (as of 10:10 a.m. Saturday)


York County

    • Cape Neddick 11.4 in
    • Kittery 11.0 in
    • Wells 8.6 in
    • Ogunquit 8.4 in
    • Parsonsfield  7.5 in
    • Cornish 7.3 in
    • Hollis 6.5 in
    • Hollis Center  6.5 in
    • Kittery Point  5.5 in
    • North Waterboro  4.5 in


Essex County

  • Newburyport 8.5 in
  • Amesbury 5.5 in

New Hampshire

Rockingham County

  • Hampton 10.0 in
  • Stratham 10.0 in
  • Rye 9.8 in
  • Portsmouth Airport 8.5 in
  • Derry 8.0 in
  • Greenland 6.1 in
  • Hampstead 6.0 in
  • Northwood 5.5 in
  • Nottingham 4.4 in
  • Epping 4.0 in
  • Newton 4.0 in

Strafford County

  • Durham 8.0 in
  • Newington 7.8 in
  • Northwood 7.0 in
  • Milton 7.0 in
  • Strafford 6.0 in
  • Barrington 5.9 in
Car pulled over by a NH State Police trooper
Car pulled over by a NH State Police trooper (NH State Police)

Don't Forget Jessica's Law

Jessica's Law is officially known as 265:79-b Negligent Driving. The law legally requires all snow and ice to be removed from vehicles before driving.

First-time offenders face a fine of between $250 and $500, while second offenses can mean a fine of $500 to $1,000.

New Hampshire's Jessica's Law came into effect in 2001 after a sheet of ice flew off a tractor trailer and into another truck, causing a head-on collision with a car driven by Jessica Smith, 20, according to research by the John W. King New Hampshire Law Library. Smith died in the crash.

Snow covered pick up in Dover
Snow covered pick up in Dover (Jolana Miller, Townsquare Media)

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