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General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

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4 minutes ago, HIPPYVALLEY said:

Had a chat with God tonight. 

 

Wow... glad you're ok!

When the adrenaline clears... was that hail or branches?

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1 minute ago, dendrite said:

Mom said lots of branches down in S Hooksett.

I heard about down trees and lines in Bow near 3a and Robinson road.

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I guess it was a pretty solid event for the Concord area.  Don't see this many damage reports often.

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2 minutes ago, bobbutts said:

I heard about down trees and lines in Bow near 3a and Robinson road.

They’re over by the Auburn line off of byp 28. She saidthe wind was crazy which probably means 35mph. ;)

Did see 42kt at MHT though.

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12 minutes ago, bobbutts said:

"unconfirmed" Funnel report from Granby

cannot confirm but there was a lot of rotation in the meso and a substantial lowering

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What a brutal severe warning though, seriously. I get that I tend to be hyper focused locally.. But this is why no one takes meteologists seriously. Stop the warning at 128.

I'll see light rain. One of of twenty severe warnings perhaps one of of thirty or forty are actually severe here. 

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12 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

stuff west of CT starting to come up

I'd be very surprised if anything really severe made it to HFD, the boundary of marine tainted air had moved almost to the northwest corner of the state earlier, but you never know. Down here there's no chance at all... Cape is gone.

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42 minutes ago, wxsniss said:

Wow... glad you're ok!

When the adrenaline clears... was that hail or branches?

 Branches and almost a telephone pole taking my head off had I not  quickly decided to put the van in the ditch.   There was however some small hail

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