Mother Nature is doing her thing in New England.

We went from a snowstorm dropping anywhere from three to 18 inches around Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine with temperatures in the teens, to temperatures near 50 degrees with torrential rain and wind within two days.

That Mark Twain quote that says, "If you don't like the weather in New England now, just wait a few minutes" is used in so many states and regions, but there's a reason it originated here in New England. Although it may take a couple of weather changes before we like it, the concept of ever-changing crazy weather is real.

Thanks to @henrysweatherchannel on Instagram as well as WBZ-TV, we have some incredible footage of the aftermath of two storms that hit the New Hampshire Seacoast during these back-to-back storms that affected all of New England.

Emergencies were underway due to rising waters in some New Hampshire towns like Hampton and Seabrook as well as coastal towns on the North Shore of Massachusetts, including Salisbury and Newbury.

The above and below videos from Instagram are from the Hampton Beach area specifically, where the sea foam is overtaking the beach and road.

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, sea foam forms when the ocean is agitated by wind and waves. Seawater itself contains dissolved salts, proteins, fats, dead algae, and other pollutants, along with organic and artificial matter. When the ocean water is vigorously moving, it creates this foam filled with everything mentioned above.

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