BOSTON (CBS) — Severe thunderstorms crossed Massachusetts on Saturday afternoon. The National Weather Service declared a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Bristol, Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth, and Suffolk Counties until 4:30 p.m. It then issued another Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Middlesex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Worcester County until 9:30 p.m.

Wind gusts up to 60 mph and hail up to one inch are possible.

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Multiple severe thunderstorm warnings were declared for Worcester County earlier.

In North Attleboro, a tree fell on top of the Pineapple Inn and power was lost.

A tree fell on the Pineapple Inn in North Attleboro as a result of thunderstorms Saturday. (Photo Courtesy: J Christine)

In Mendon, a tree fell on top of a car on Southwick Street. No one was in the car when the tree fell.

A car in Mendon on which a tree fell Saturday as a result of severe thunderstorms. (Photo Courtesy: Mendon Police Department)

In Hanover, people lost power after a tree fell on a power line on Grove Street.

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A fallen tree on a power line on Grove Street in Hanover. (Hanover Fire Department)

Stow saw some intense hail.

Hail in Stow. (Photo Courtesy: Carl Howe)