Midcoast cleans up after 'more than j...

Midcoast cleans up after 'more than just a typical thunderstorm'

Meteorologists from the National Weather Service visited several midcoast towns on Friday, trying to determine whether Thursday's thunderstorm unleashed a microburst or two. Meteorologist John Jenesius headed to Brunswick, Boothbay and possibly Bristol to evaluate the damage from a Thursday afternoon storm that left more than 25,000 people without power.

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