The rain and thunderstorms we were forecasting has left the area, but not before delivering some damage and much needed rain to western Mass. Between 5pm and 7:30pm, a few strong thunderstorm cells brought some rain and wind to the Valley.
Belchertown at Highway Garage - 0.93"
Millers Falls at Erving Elementary - 0.92"
Adams at CT Plunkett Elementary - 0.70"
Springfield at Western Mass News - 0.50"
Ware at Ware Fire Dept - 0.41"
Heath at the Town Hall - 0.38"
Wilbraham at the Town Hall - 0.36"
Springfield at Central HS - 0.34"
Greenfield - Large tree down on wires on Turners Falls Road.
Northampton - Wires down on South Street.
Holyoke - trees down on wires on Walnut Street.
Holyoke - Cabot Street underpass closed due to flooding.
Holyoke - trees and wires down on Anderson Avenue
Chicopee - Car stuck in flood waters near the underpass of Prospect Street near Chicopee Street.
Holyoke - I-391 exit to Main Street, one lane closed due to flooding.
Chicopee - tree down at the intersection of Burlingame and Warregan Streets.
Storms have ended this evening, followed by partial clearing. Though it's still humid, overnight it will become slightly less humid. Areas of fog will develop in some areas.
Tomorrow will be hot! Tomorrow will likely be the hottest day of the week with temperatures into the middle 90s. There is a slight chance for a shower midday but most of us will stay dry.
The weekend is looking nice however we'll have to keep a close eye on an area of rain just off shore. It will likely slide to our south Saturday night into Sunday morning but we may get clipper with a few rain showers. It will also be a bit cooler and less humid with temperatures in the 80s. Both days should feature a mixture of sunshine and clouds.
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