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At nearly quarter past six, the line of storms moving across Southeast New Hampshire and Southern Maine featured a cell that showed excellent signature of rotation on radar imagery. At times, a hook echo was indicated in the strongest cell, meaning the reflectivity image - the colors we're used to seeing on TV - were wrapping around the storm center, indicating rotation. In these moments after the storm swept through, we'll have to wait for ground truth reports to come back, but we know damage has been done. The following images include the base reflectivity - with purple at the center of the storm - and velocity, with blue indicating strong inbound wind, and red indicating strong outbound.