DANVILLE — Hail clobbered crops at the McDonald Farmstand on Friday, cutting the strawberry season short. Too much rain was already limiting this year’s strawberry season, said Farmstand owner Jacob Mills, but hail that peppered the plants early in the afternoon on Friday pretty much brought the season to a close about a week sooner than normal. In the region that day, Danville appears to have been hit the hardest by the weather. There were reports of lightning strikes, water covering the roadway on Route 2B and the hail. The Danville section of the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail was impacted in several locations by blown-down trees.
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