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Wed July 2, 2014
Outages, Flood Warnings Follow Severe Thunderstorms In New Hampshire
Updated 5:06 pm
Several thousand homes and businesses are without power following the severe thunderstorms that came through New Hampshire Wednesday afternoon.
Utilities reported some 6,500 outages as of 5pm Wednesday.
The National Weather Service says the storm brought more than 2 inches of rain to parts of New Hampshire, prompting concerns about flooding.
A flash flood warning is in effect for parts of Sullivan, Carroll and Grafton counties, until about 8pm.
The entire state is under watches for severe thunderstorms and flash floods until this evening.
Check back with NHPR and NHPR.org for updates on the weather.