CONCORD, N.H. — A storm delivering more than 6 inches of snow is forecast for much of northern New England on Wednesday.

The National Weather Service says the snow will start late Wednesday morning and last into early evening, with an inch to 2 inches falling hourly during the peak of the storm.

There’s a potential for the snow to change over to a wintry mix of sleet and rain over parts of southern New Hampshire and the Maine coast.

With the latest storm on the way, police are reminding drivers to take it slow.

The New Hampshire State Police said Monday night that within the past 24 hours, it recorded 94 vehicle crashes and/or vehicles off the road. A police cruiser was struck on Interstate 89 while the trooper was covering a crash. It wasn’t known if the trooper was hurt.

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