Flash Flood Warnings in Effect for Northern New Hampshire as Tornado Warnings Expire – Stay Alert and Safe!

Manchester, New Hampshire – The remnants of Beryl brought severe weather to New Hampshire on Wednesday night, prompting tornado warnings that have since expired. However, flash flood warnings remain in effect for parts of northern New Hampshire following heavy rainfall.

The tornado warnings, issued around 6:45 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., have been lifted, with no active tornado warnings currently in the state. A tornado watch for the northern half of New Hampshire has also expired.

Flash flood warnings are still in place for a significant portion of northern New Hampshire, with at least 2 inches of rain already fallen and more expected from the storms.

Drivers are advised to avoid flooded roadways, as most flood-related fatalities occur in vehicles. For real-time updates and alerts, individuals can visit the alerts page for the latest information on timing.

A flash flood warning indicates ongoing or expected flash flooding in the area, emphasizing the importance of staying informed and prepared for severe weather conditions.

Residents are encouraged to download the WMUR app on their Apple or Android devices to receive weather alerts for their location and access storm coverage through the Very Local app on smart TVs.

Following the Storm Watch 9 team on social media can also provide additional updates and information on the current weather situation. Stay weather-aware and take necessary precautions to stay safe during severe weather events.