Rainfall totals from Wednesday’s downpours

Numbers from trained weather spotters

North Branch Manhan River overflows due to storm
North Branch Manhan River overflows due to storm. Photo by Todd Fondakowski

(WWLP) – Parts of Hampden, Hampshire, Franklin, and Berkshire County experienced flash flooding Wednesday as torrents of rain poured down on the region during the early afternoon hours.

North Main Street in Florence
North Main Street in Florence

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is a look at just how much rain fell, as reported by trained weather spotters:

    • Hatfield: 5.46″
    • Westhampton: 5.37″
    • Agawam: 4.50″
    • Flooded roadways at Meadow Street and Shaw Park Drive in Chicopee.
      Flooded roadways at Meadow Street and Shaw Park Drive in Chicopee.

      South Hadley: 4.50″

    • Easthampton: 4.35″
    • Westfield: 4.20″
    • Northampton: 4.15″
    • Williamsburg: 4.08″
    • Southwick: 4.02″
    • Florence: 4.00″
    • Greenfield: 3.85″
    • Deerfield: 3.76″
    • Colrain: 3.64″
    • Granville: 3.62″
    • Chicopee: 3.57″
    • Springfield: 3.30″
    • Leeds: 3.28″
    • Ludlow: 3.06″
    • Huntington: 2.89″
    • Montague: 2.79″
    • Goshen: 2.64″
    • Cars struggle down Dwight Street in Springfield due to flooding.
      Cars struggle down Dwight Street in Springfield due to flooding.

      West Springfield: 2.63″

    • Worthington: 2.60″
    • East Charlemont: 2.40″
    • Shelburne: 2.39″
    • Orange: 2.35″
    • Belchertown: 2.29″
    • Lanesborough: 1.40″
    • Savoy: 1.20″
    • Pittsfield: 0.44″

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