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Sat June 2, 2012
Flood Warning for North Country
A flood warning is in effect until 6:30 am Sunday for Southern Coos, Carroll County and Northeast Grafton County, according to the National Weather Service.
The alert – which means “flooding is occurring or is imminent” – was issued about 8:30 a.m.
It was prompted after radar showed heavy rain stretching from the seacoast to The White Mountains. The weather service said it could generate an inch or two of additional rain that will cause “rapid rises” in small streams.
At about 9:15 dispatchers with Troop F and Grafton County said they weren’t aware of any water-related problems.