Light snowfall + Unusually bright comet + Comm. heritage: no sign
Happy Tuesday, Bedford! Here is what is happening in our region today.
First of all, the weather forecast for the day:
A bit of sun today and a colder breeze. High: 40 Low: 26.
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Here are the best stories in Bedford today:
- Light snow: Brrr. The cold air enters. Bedford and Southern New Hampshire may see a blanket of snow with some possible buildup, depending on WMUR meteorologist Mike haddad. The occasional light snow will continue into the evening, and some areas may see an inch or two. The roads can be slippery in some places later in the evening. Thursday will be sunny, but it will still be cool outside. You can see more of today’s predictions here: (WMUR)
- Unusually bright comet: The brightest comet of the year arrived on Tuesday and you can spot it just before sunrise between 5 am and 5:30 am The best way to see comet Leonardo is with binoculars or a telescope. To the east, look to the left and below the red star Arcturus. The astronomer says you can find Arcturus by drawing an arc from the handle of the Big bear and look for the red star. comet Leonardo will appear lower on the horizon after Tuesday, December 7, and be closest to Earth on December 12, when it will also begin to appear just after sunset. The best days to search for the comet are after sunset after December 17th. (WMUR)
- Signs proposed for the sawmill: If you drive from Bedford on I-293 through Manchester, you may have noticed the old Oracle sign at the top of the building. Now that Oracle closed its Manchester office on Mill building owner Capital of Carlisle company proposed a new sign saying “150 Dow” in red capital letters, but Manchester Heritage Commission decided against the proposal. One of the concerns was that no company was using a building’s address as a sign and this could set a new precedent. Heritage Commission President Kevin McCue also asked if a sign was needed at this location. According to a previous article by Syndicat Leader, Marc graham, vice president and chief financial officer for Capital of Carlisle, said the company is looking to mark the building and that the proposed sign will be permanent. The commission asked Carlisle CapitaI will present a different proposal on December 28. (The union leader)
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Today in Bedford:
- Annual Fair of the Craftsmen’s Guild (10 a.m.)
From my notebook:
- Bedford NH Police Department: â€œWe want to thank everyone who came out on Saturday and donated to Toys for Tots! ” (Facebook)
- NH Animal Rescue League: “Every month in 2021, we would like to spotlight one of our amazing board members.” (Facebook)
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