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The predictions that global climate change would bring rain in faster, denser fall is being borne out in New Hampshire. The Southwestern quadrant of the state, which was hit hard in 1999 and 2005, and along with the entire state in the spring of 2006, is underwater over large areas today. A reported 11 inches falling in some places. The average rainfall for Keene, New Hampshire, in August, one of the places hit yesterday, is 3.9 inches.