Dangerous Storms In RI TodayJuly 1st, 2012 at 5:14 pm by T.J. Del Santo under General Talk, Tony's Pinpoint Weather Blog
Here’s a list of some of the injuries and damage from today’s t’storms:
Sandisfield, Mass: 3/4″ hail at the state forest
312 PM: Rockville, CT: 2.5-3″ diameter limbs down on Fox Hill and estimated 50 MPH winds
313 PM: Wolcott, CT: Golf Ball Sized Hail
317 PM: Ellington, CT: Pea Sized Hail
324 PM: Rockville, CT: Trees down and power outages
326 PM: Meriden, CT: Pea Sized Hail
327 PM: Burillville, RI: Pea Sized Hail on Route 102
327 PM: Glocester, RI (Chepachet Section): Pea Sized Hail/Power Outages
334 PM: Glocester, RI (chepachet Section): 60 MPH measured wind gust. Limbs and branches down (6-12″ in diameter). Trees down on power lines on Durfee Hill Road continued pea sized hail, significant street flooding up to a foot in depth on Routes 100, 44 and 102.
334 PM: Glocester, RI: 2 kids struck by lightning on steere road. UPDATE: 2 kids appear to have been indirectly struck and felt tingling in their bodies but no appearent injuries. They are not likely to be transported at this time.
337 PM: Glocester, RI (Chepachet Section): Quarter Sized Hail lasting through 340 pm, defoiliating trees in the area.
345 PM: Glocester, RI (Harmony Section): Quarter Sized Hail
347 PM: Johnston, RI: 3/4 to Nickel Sized Hail 350 PM: Scituate, RI: Tree down on wires on rockland road
351 PM: Scituate, RI: 1.00″ hail on Hartford Avenue
352 PM: Plymouth, Mass: Wires and a couple phone poles down on Court Street
403 PM: 6 miles east of Plymouth, Mass: Motor Vessel sea rider reports Pea Sized hail 410 PM: Foster, RI: Trees Down
415 PM: Foster, RI: Wires down on fire from lightning on Route 102 at the Scituate line
426 PM: Charlestown, RI: Pea Sized Hail
411 PM: Hopkinton, RI: Pea Sized Hail
414 PM: Hopkinton, RI: Dime Sized Hail and leaves blown down