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Storm with high winds roars through Kane area

July 26, 2012

A fast-moving storm with booming thunder, spectacular lightning and high winds roared through the Kane area Thursday afternoon and left many downed trees in its wake.
"You've had a busy afternoon up there," Meteorologist Richard Grumm said Thursday from his office at the National Weather Service complex in State College.
Grumm said the storm packed winds of between 50 and 55 mph. He said these damaging winds toppled trees.
Falling trees knocked out electrical service to many residents in the area.

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