LIST: Thunderstorm damage reports for western Massachusetts

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(WWLP) – Severe thunderstorms hit parts of western Massachusetts Monday afternoon with on-and-off rain into the evening. Residents even heard a few rumbles of thunder.

A Severe Thunderstorm Warning in Hampden and Hampshire counties went into effect until 4:00 p.m. Monday with wind gusts of 60 MPH and quarter size hail.

Storm Damage Reports

  • Tree down on wires on Mountain Road in Deerfield
  • House heavily damaged on Upper Road in Deerfield, tree into house.
  • Ttree down on Greenfield Road in Deerfield
  • Quarter size hail reported in Hawley
  • Wires down on Oak Knoll Drive in Deerfield
  • Tree down on wires on Webber Road in Whately
  • Tree down on Hillside Road in Deerfield
  • Tree down and blocking Fiske Mill Road in Shelburne
  • Trees down on Maple St in Northampton
  • Trees down on Ryan Rd in Northampton
  • Tree down blocking road at the Hadley/Sunderland town line.
  • Tree down on Route 47 (River Road) in Sunderland
  • Trees and wires down on Lincoln St in Holyoke
  • Trees and wires down on Cummington Rd in Ashfield
  • Reports penny size hail in Springfield
  • Wires down on Granby Rd and Nelson Rd in Chicopee
  • Tree down on Exit 17-B on I-91S, blocking the off-ramp

Storm Damage Photos

According to the Turners Falls Fire Department, Montague City Road in front of the Farren Care Center was closed. Eversource was called to work on the wires and pole down in the area. Additional fire crews worked on other trees and wires down locations in Montague.

According to the Holyoke Fire Department, trees were down in the following streets, Beacon, Allyn, and Lincoln. The Holyoke Gas and Electric Company were called to downed power lines on Lincoln Street from Northampton Street to Pleasant Street.

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