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NH, Vt., Maine Not Hit as Hard as Predicted. Yet.
02/27/2013 3:10 PM ET  

National Weather Service Meteorologist James Brown says he still expects many residents of northern New England will wake up Thursday to 6-12 inches of snow.

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) _ Northern New England _ facing its first major midweek storm forecast of 2013 _ wound up at midday with the storm that wasn't.

New Hampshire Emergency Management spokesman Jim Van Dongen says the storm seems to be petering out and everyone in his agency is fine with that.

But meteorologists at the National Weather Service headquarters in Gray, Maine say it's not over yet. Storm warnings remain in effect for central New Hampshire, southeastern Vermont and inland Maine.

Meteorologist James Brown says he still expects many residents of northern New England will wake up Thursday to 6-12 inches of snow.

Some ski areas in Vermont and New Hampshire by midday Wednesday were reporting seven inches of new snow.

New Hampshire officials say they had no reports of power outages.

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