The storm passed through our village - and the power of it was truly awesome! From what I can gather from my neighbours, it was a narrow band which travelled across the Creuse, I think from the south/south-west and moving northwards. St Georges la Pouge, only 2km away had no damage at all, but in the other direction there was lots of branch / leaf debris in the roads for 4-5 km.
Luckily our vehicles were not damaged; I was trapped in the polytunnel when it hit (15 mins earlier we'd been sitting in the garden in very 'heavy' heat, sipping aperitifs!!) The golf-ball sized hailstones zipped right through the plastic of our newly erected polytunnel in several places
some of them were discus shaped, so just cut clean through!) Our neighbours' potager was trashed - huge holes in all the veg. - we're still clearing up!
Not heard of anyone with damage to buildings, though.
Hope all's well 'chez vous'
best wishes, Michelle
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