Following a storm, downed trees and flooding have plagued much of southern New Hampshire for the past four days. On Thursday night and into Friday morning the rain poured and winds howled, with gusts over 90 miles per hour. There was pretty heavy damage in Concord and the surrounding towns.
Most of New England was affected by the storm, but New Hampshire appeared to get hit especially hard. My house was one of the more than 300,000 without power over the weekend. Governor John Lynch was on a family vacation in the Caribbean and returned early to declare a state of a emergency.
Luckily, our power came back on yesterday afternoon and most of the state seems to be recovering. More storm pictures to come tomorrow.