OSSIPEE, N.H. (CBS) – The National Weather Services confirmed there was a microburst, waterspout, and tornado in New Hampshire towns during a stormy Saturday in the state.

According to the National Weather Service, the EF0 tornado was confirmed in Center Ossipee around 2 p.m. with a maximum wind speed of 70 mph. It was about 50 yards wide and had a path of 1.65 miles.

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A microburst was reported in Wolfeboro around 12:50 p.m. on Saturday with winds about 80 mph. The microburst path was a maximum of 100 yards wide and lasted for about half a mile.

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A waterspout on Lake Winnipesaukee. (Image Credit: Jeremy Lemoine)


A boater also captured photos of a waterspout over Lake Winnipesaukee.

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No injuries have been reported in the storms.