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Oct. 30 Storm

High winds brought down a tree onto a single family house in a neighborhood still drying out from flooding last week on Maple Street near Webster Street in Manchester. (DAVID LANE/Union Leader)
A tree pulled down wires knocking out power and blocking traffic on Meetinghouse Hill Road in Deerfield. (DAVID LANE/Union Leader)
Downtown walkers deal with whipping winds early afternoon in Manchester on Monday. (DAVID LANE/Union Leader)
Fire Capt. John Dubianski works at a flooded section of Route 43 in Deerfield following the overnight storm. (DAVID LANE/Union Leader)
Andy, Anderson, and Jennifer Roy pose in front of the Gilcrest Cottages and Motel. (JOHN KOZIOL/Union Leader Correspondent)
Andy, Anderson, and Jennifer Roy show some of the damage at the Gilcrest Cottages and Motel. (JOHN KOZIOL/Union Leader Correspondent)
The 17- unit Gilcrest Cottages and Motel in Thornton was a victim of the swollen Pemigewasset River on Monday. (JOHN KOZIOL/Union Leader Correspondent)
Swollen waters allowed people to paddle canoes on Route 3 in Thornton on Monday. (JOHN KOZIOL/Union Leader Correspondent)
Swollen waters allowed people to paddle canoes on Route 3 in Thornton on Monday. (JOHN KOZIOL/Union Leader Correspondent)
Thornton residents paddle canoes on Monday in swollen waters. (JOHN KOZIOL/Union Leader Correspondent)
Swollen waters in the North Country on Monday. (JOHN KOZIOL/Union Leader Correspondent)
Gov. Chris Sununu views the damage in Campton on Monday. (JOHN KOZIOL/Union Leader Correspondent)
Gov. Chris Sununu surveys damage on Monday. (JOHN KOZIOL/Union Leader Correspondent)
Utility crews work on storm damage on Monday. (JOHN KOZIOL/Union Leader Correspondent)
Lisa Blackburn surveys the damage after a tree split the upstairs of her Epping cottage in half.  (JASON SCHREIBER/Union Leader Correspondent)
A fallen tree left a gaping hole in the roof of Lisa Blackburn's Epping cottage Sunday night.  (JASON SCHREIBER/Union Leader Correspondent)
Roland Turgeon used a chainsaw Monday morning to work on a tree that fell on his son's house in Dover. (KIMBERLEY HAAS/Union Leader Correspondent)
This pine tree toppled about 3 a.m. as a result of high winds according to Paul Dillon of Meredith, knocking out power and resulting in the closure of Pine Cone Lane off Pinnacle Park Road. (BEA LEWIS/Union Leader Correspondent)
Sunday night's high winds snapped this utility pole, felling power lines, a transformer and a cross arm resulting in the closure of Cummings Cove Road in Meredith. (BEA LEWIS/Union Leader Correspondent)
Heavily saturated soils combined with gusty winds caused the shallow roots of this pine tree to pull out of the ground, upsetting a woodshed full of wood at this home on Pinnacle Park Road in Meredith. (BEA LEWIS/Union Leader Correspondent)
Water from Lake Waukewan roars through Mill Falls en route to Meredith Bay on Lake Winnipesaukee on Monday. The heavy rain dropped by the strong coastal storm has prompted many dam operators to increase their outflows in hopes of limiting flood damage. (BEA LEWIS/Union Leader Correspondent)
The family who at this house in Dover is lucky they own a construction company. They used their equipment to remove the large tree that fell on their house during the wind storm Monday morning. (Courtesy of Kerri Turgeon)
A house floats toward destruction in the flooded Baker River in Warren Monday morning. The house was torn apart by the raging water when it struck the Studio Road bridge. (TOM BABBIT/FACEBOOK)
This giant pine tree remains cradled in the power lines it snagged as it fell across Summit Avenue leading to the Governor's Island Bridge in Gilford, resulting in the road's closure. (Bea Lewis/Union Leader Correspondent)
Daryl Dawson, the owner of Kellerhaus, an ice cream, candy and gift shop in the Weirs, works to clean up up a blue spruce felled in the storm. (Bea Lewis/Union Leader Correspondent)
Heavy rains on Monday swelled the Baker River in Warren where, to the consternation of town officials, the river further scoured the bank on which these three Main Street-facing structures are located. (John Koziol/Union Leader Correspondent)
Tina and John Lebel of Derry filled up a shopping cart full of spring water at the Londonderry Market Basket on Tuesday. The couple is living without power after it was knocked out during Sunday's storm. (David Lane/Union Leader)
NuWave Electric of Laconia used some creative advertising to bring customers into its store. On Tuesday, they had just two portable generators left. (Bea Lewis/Union Leader Correspondent)
Doug Frazier of Eversource briefs about three dozen line workers in Derry on Tuesday. (David Lane/Union Leader)
Bill Quinlan, New Hampshire president for Eversource, meets with Canadian line workers in Derry on Tuesday. (David Lane/Union Leader)
A line crew works to restore power on Bush Hill Road in Hudson on Tuesday. (David Lane/Union Leader)
A line worker drills a hole in a pole while replacing a blown transformer on Bush Hill Road in Hudson on Tuesday. (David Lane/Union Leader)
A line crew works to restore power on Bush Hill Road in Hudson on Tuesday. (David Lane/Union Leader)
A crew from the New Hampshire Department of Transportation worked Tuesday afternoon to repair a box culvert on Route 302 in Hart’s Location that was damaged on Monday by the rain-swollen Dry River. The damage has shut down the east-west highway through Crawford Notch, but the NHDOT hopes to re-open it by this weekend. (John Koziol/Union Leader Correspondent)
As many as 40 residents from The Nevins, a privately-owned community for active seniors, gathered Tuesday morning to inspect the damage from the heavy winds earlier this week. Power has been out at the 125 households in the neighborhood since around 1:15 a.m. on Monday. (Chris Garofolo/Union Leader Correspondent)
As many as 40 residents from The Nevins, a privately-owned community for active seniors, gathered Tuesday morning to inspect the damage from the heavy winds earlier this week. Power has been out at the 128 households in the neighborhood since around 1:15 a.m. on Monday. (Chris Garofolo/Union Leader Correspondent)
Residents say a snapped utility pole is to blame for the extended power outage at a 55-plus neighborhood in Londonderry where a majority of the 128 households have been without heat or electricity since early Monday morning. (Chris Garofolo/Union Leader Correspondent)