After a stretch of dry and warm days, some significant rain is expected today. The 22News Storm Team has issued a Weather Alert for potential street and stream flooding Tuesday with periods of very heavy rain this morning through early afternoon.
Roughly 1-3 inches of rain is possible with some localized higher amounts not out of the question.
A Flood Warning has been issued for the Hampshire and Franklin Counties until 4:30 p.m. and the Hoosic River in Williamstown from Tuesday afternoon into night.
- Heaviest Rain: Tuesday morning through 2 p.m. Tuesday afternoon
- 2 p.m.-8 p.m.: Isolated light shower with some breaks of sun.
- Street flooding is likely with possible road closures
- Small stream flooding is possible
- Basement flooding is possible
- River flooding of our major rivers is not expected, but some smaller rivers may start running high
- An isolated strong/severe storm with damaging winds is possible
- Remember, if you see a flooded street: “Turn around, don’t drown”
- In the event of a “Flash Flood Warning” flooding is occurring or just about to begin
- Staying safe on the road during heavy rain
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