According to the National Weather Service in Caribou, confirmation of a tornado touching down in Washington County on Monday happened when we were experiencing thunderstorms in the Southern part of the state.
We certainly had some wicked thunderstorms move through in the past 24 hours. Many lost power! It always looks pretty cool on top of Mt. Washington, but can you imagine watching a thunderstorm up there? The great folks at the Observatory caught a good strike on Thursday night.
Our buddies in the band, Flooded Cellar released a new video today on YouTube and if you're a wicked Mainah (as if you ain't), you should see it. The song is called Inside Maine's Outdoors. We gotta warn ya, it'll be stuck in your head after the first listen.
They call themselves Flooded Cellar. When the warm weather finally arrives each year, they enjoy fishing on Kezar Lake. Of course, along with these nature loving excursions comes the threat of terrible tiny beasts...Friggin' Ticks!
Sometimes when it's broken, we just grab the duct tape and fix 'er up just like new. That's what New Hampshire humorist, Fred Marple did with his sun shade umbrella for the backyard for a good long time, until now.
Now let's have some fun with a band from Lovell in Oxford County. They call themselves Flooded Cellar and when the warm weather finally arrives they enjoy fishing on Kezar Lake. They also like to stroll through the tall grass in wide open spaces and hike the wooded trails. Along with these natu…