...HEAVT WET SNOW POSSIBLE THURSDAY NIGHT AND FRIDAY... .Slow moving low pressure will move across southern New England late Thursday night and Friday and then into the Gulf of Maine Saturday. Rain and snow will break out first across southern New Hampshire Thursday evening and quickly go over to all snow at higher elevations. The snow will gradually move northeastward into portions of western Maine later Thursday night and Friday morning. The potential exists, especially above 800 feet in elevation, for enough wet snow to cause power outages. The heaviest snow is expected to be Friday morning into the early afternoon hours before becoming more intermittent Friday afternoon across southern portions of the watch area. It is important to note that while a winter storm watch is in effect for Belknap, Merrimack, and Hillsborough Counties, this is mainly for the higher elevations in those counties. Lesser amounts are expected in valleys. ...WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM LATE THURSDAY NIGHT THROUGH LATE FRIDAY NIGHT... * WHAT...Heavy wet snow possible. 6 or more inches of snow possible, especially above 800 feet. * WHERE...Interior Cumberland Highlands, Northern Franklin, Northern Oxford, Southern Franklin and Southern Oxford Counties. * WHEN...From late Thursday night through late Friday night. * IMPACTS...Plan on slippery road conditions due to snow covered roads. The hazardous conditions could impact the Friday morning and evening commutes. Heavy wet snow may break tree limbs and could cause power outages.