- Associated Press - Wednesday, June 24, 2015

COLEBROOK, N.H. (AP) - A fast-moving storm downed some trees, caused power outages and resulted in a tornado warning for parts of New Hampshire, but no severe damage or injuries have been reported.

Tornado warnings were issued late Tuesday afternoon for parts of Coos, Carroll, Grafton and Belknap counties. They expired at 6 p.m., with no confirmed sightings.

Power outages were reported in Colebrook, Columbia, Pittsburg and Stewartstown, but most got it back by Tuesday night. WMUR-TV reports Eversource said the outage for much of the North Country was caused by a tree that fell down on a power line.

Skies were expected to be mostly sunny Wednesday with highs in the 70s and 80s, with possible light rain Thursday night and Friday.


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