Hurricane Florence was large played out by the time it made it to New Hampshire on Tuesday, but still dumped an impressive amount of rain. The best graphic representation is seen above: An automated streamflow gauge run by the U.S. Geological Survey recorded it at the Contoocook River in Peterborough, upstream of any dams. And realize that the left-hand scale is logarithmic – if it was linear, the chart would be almost 10 times as tall.

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