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National Weather Service confirms tornado touched down in New Hampshire

By Riley King

Yesterday the National Weather Service confirmed that a tornado touched down during severe storms in New Hampshire on Sunday.

In Dublin NH the tornado brought down trees and damaged homes, particularly around the area of Chestnut Hill Road.

An NWS team confirmed than an EF-1 tornado touched down in Dublin at 5:09 p.m. Sunday. It had estimated peak winds of 90 mph and traveled for 3.6 miles before ending at 5:13 p.m.

NWS officials said the process they used to assess damage included interviewing people, looking at damage and examining fallen trees.

The NWS said its team saw dozens of snapped white pine trees, along with uprooted maples and oaks. No significant structural damage was observed, other than some shingle damage and Kennedy's truck being moved.

Last year on July 27, a tornado was in Dublin NH and it was an EF-1 tornado traced a path from Keene to Dublin.

Deputy Chief of Dublin fire Joe Sangermano said Monday's tornado caused minimal damage in town unlike last summer's tornado.

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