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February 17, 2006

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~bc

I finally got those pics and video up.

http://recently.rainweb.net/hive/936/

Will

My mother had her grill blown away, a greenhouse leveled, still without power, and the chimney on her roof blew down! This is in southern Maine, quite a gust with that squall line.

Robert F. Beahn

2:25 pm gust of 46 mph at East Hampstead, NH...12:35 pm had rain and hail. Manchester NH hit pretty hard...over 90M without power.

~bc

Those winds were (and still are, just more occasionally) fierce. On my day off, sitting at home in Medford, I was taken back by the gusts at around 1pm. Checking the radar, I saw the cell right above us. Nearly knocked the postman down. A SchoolNet station near by was showing 35mph winds at the time, too. I took a few pics, and should be posting them on my blog shortly, if they're any good. This along with my timelapse movie of the blizzard from Sunday (from my weather webcam). It's been grey all day here, and now there's bright sun busting through.

That's your opensource weather report from Medford. Back to you, Todd.

PS - the bottom ad frame on here when you come from weatherman.com is tré annoying. Much in the same way that saying "tré" instead of "really" is.

Russell Swan

Strong gust front with squall line. 42mph gust in Lowell. Not much rain .02"

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