CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A spring storm that's delivering heavy rain and snow to parts of the Northeast is raking northern New England with steady rainfall.
The National Weather Service has put much of New Hampshire and western Maine under a flood watch.
Forecaster Tom Hawley says 3.25 inches of rain had fallen in North Hampton, N.H., and 3.14 inches in Cape Neddick, Maine, as of Monday morning, and rain should continue through the day.
Despite heavy rain, he says any flooding is expected to be minor.
Nonetheless, officials are keeping tabs on rivers and streams. Police in Goffstown, N.H., said they are keeping a close watch on the Piscataquog River because there's the potential the river could peak near flood stage within the next two days.
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