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Portsmouth NH in the winter

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What's it like in the Portsmouth area at this time of the year?. Is the weather more moderate than inland and mountain areas nearby? Any suggestions of things to see and do? I've been in the area but only during summer when I'm happy to just sit near the water there or in southern Maine. I don't mind driving to snowy areas for a day but I'd like to be able to walk around eat shop, etc in relative comfort other days..If a huge storm is projected , I'd probably cancel my trip

I'd also welcome suggestions for interesting restaurants in the area. I'm not a big seafood fan, but if you have any other ideas

Also are there any special events in the region worth going to over President's Day?

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