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Several New Hampshire roads reopened after flooding

Bill Boynton, spokesman for the state Department of Transportation, said as of Monday morning, no roads were reported closed due to flooding or high water.

The Associated Press

1/13/2014

CONCORD, N.H. — Several roads that were closed because of flooding in New Hampshire over the weekend have been reopened.

Bill Boynton, spokesman for the state Department of Transportation, said as of Monday morning, no roads were reported closed due to flooding or high water.

Roads closed over the weekend have been reopened to traffic. They include Route 123A in Acworth and Interstate 93 and Route 3 in Thornton.

Some rain was in the forecast for Monday night into Tuesday.

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