Feb 25, 2016 1:26 PM

Heavy winds down trees and knock out power in Hudson, Londonderry


Heavy rain has led to some downed trees and power lines and some flooded roads in New Hampshire.

Strong winds tore through Londonderry and Hudson on Thursday night.

High wind guts, heavy rain - plus lightening and thunder - caused for plenty of fallen tree limbs and power outages.

A flood warning was issued for the Suncook River at north Chichester through Thursday morning. The National Weather Service said the river would climb above its 7-foot flood stage following up to 3 inches of rain.

Part of Route 63 in Hinsdale was shut down overnight due to flooding. It has since reopened.

Several thousand power outages were reported.

Clean up began first thing Thursday morning and crews were out restoring power to customers who were without it.

The Associated Press contributed to the report

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