WHUR Chronicles 1821 Tornado that Ripped Through Sunapee

This morning in a series titled Storms That Changed New Hampshire, WMUR aired a segment about the 1821 killer tornado that ripped through Sunapee. “It was a hot, humid early-September day in 1821. A storm that started near Lake Champlain eventually spawned a tornado as it crossed the Connecticut River in the Upper Valley. It was a tornado that produced damage that New Hampshire has never seen again from a summer storm.”

For video and script , go to WMUR Weather: http://www.wmur.com/weather/25851753/detail.html

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