Updated: Haverhill Schools Closed Monday; Winter Weather Advisory in Effect

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(All updates were broadcast live over 97.9 WHAV FM.)

Haverhill schools will be closed Monday as a winter weather advisory is in effect until 7 a.m., Tuesday morning, and Haverhill and area communities say they are ready for the first blast of the season.

WHAV Wave Weather Meteorologist Jim Vaughn says to be prepared for snow tonight changing to a wintry mix. Snow accumulations through Sunday of 2 to 4 inches. Low temperatures in the mid to upper 20s.

Tomorrow will be cloudy and breezy with a wintry mix, high in the mid-30s with snow accumulations of another four to six inches. More follows on Tuesday with another inch for a storm total of seven to 11 inches.

Listen to 97.9 WHAV FM for any school delays or cancellations.

Haverhill pre-treated streets, dispatching between 22 and 24 sander trucks, both city and private contractors. Methuen reports it will “fully enforce” its winter Parking Ban until at least 2 p.m. That means no vehicles are permitted to park on any public way to allow for snow removal and ticketing and towing may take place. Groveland has already announced a one-day delay for trash and recycling collection this week.

Plaistow Town Hall is closed Monday and Plaistow Police remind residents of the winter parking ban that went into effect at the start of last month. No overnight parking is allowed between from midnight to 7 a.m. Fines may run from $25 to $100 during snow plowing operations.

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