Exeter, NH Storm, Jun 1903

A fierce rain storm, accompanied by a heavy wind, struck Exeter just before noon, and continuing all the afternoon, was progressing late tonight. A very large amount of water fell. Although there was a brisk wind blowing, there was not much damage done. A large maple tree in front of Prof. George A. Wentworth's house on Front street was blown down, while a large number of trees lost their branches. The crops were too small to be very much effected. Crossed wires caused one blast of the fire alarm at noon.

Portsmouth Herald, Portsmouth, NH 13 Jun 1903