Nor'easter Thumps New Hampshire, Leaves Thousands Without Power

The first nor’easter storm of the season began dumping heavy, wet snow across New England on Saturday, December 5, downing trees and power lines, causing outages in several states, and causing traffic accidents.

This footage from Nashua, New Hampshire, shows heavy snowfall covering roads and reducing visibility for motorists.

Power supplier Eversource said heavy snow and wind had toppled power lines and trees, cutting power to at least 18,000 customers in New Hampshire, and thousands more in neighboring states. Credit: Juan Javier Flores Agudo via Storyful