Political signs buried in snow are seen on Feb. 5, 2016 in Hollis, New Hampshire.
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By Elisha Fieldstadt / NBC News
February 8, 2016

Parts of the Northeast could get walloped with more than a foot of snow Monday, and accompanying strong winds could create dangerous road conditions just before New Hampshire residents gear up to cast their primary votes.

Blizzard conditions were expected in parts of New England, with the eastern portion of the region expected to get about 5-8 inches of snow, while a stretch from Boston to Cape Cod could expect up to 12 inches by the time the storm passes on Tuesday, according to Kevin Roth, lead meteorologist for The Weather Channel.

Winds gusting above 40 mph paired with the snow could create…

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