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    Wow, actually heard an emergency warning on the tv just a minute ago. Heavy thunderstorm cruising southeast from Randolph, VT. 60 mph wind gusts, hail, moving at about 30mph.

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    We had heavy rain in New Hampton, then the sun came back out. No high winds or hail.

    Anyone in Southern New Hampshire get it?

    Kirk

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    I saw some really dark clouds, lightening, and rain across the northern side (and then some) of Lake Sunapee, from the deck of the cottage yesterday around 4pm. I also saw what looked like "white rain" falling from the clouds. Perhaps that was hail? It had that same pattern that the rain has when falling, with a bit of a slant and a deflection (bend) as well.

    It appeared to be heading northeast.

    Tim

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