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How Much? New England Rain Totals April 30-May 1, 2023

New England's coastal storm that caused river flooding, flash flooding and many road washouts and power outages dropped upwards of five inches of rain in spots of the region. Here's the final totals from towns and cities across New England:


MAINE

East Baldwin 4.67 inches

Brunswick 4.16 inches

Wicasset 4.09 inches

Belmont 3.96 inches

North Berwick 3.82 inches

Bristol 3.69 inches

Westbrook 3.69 inches

Friendship 3.55 inches

Augusta 3.42 inches

Gray 3.24 inches

Oakland 3.01 inches

Portland 2.79 inches

Durham 2.57 inches


MASSACHUSETTS

Fall River 3.46 inches

Taunton 3.03 inches

Haverhill 2.82

Gloucester 2.81 inches

Mansfield 2.75 inches

Topsfield 2.20 inches

Worcester 2.18 inches

Boston 1.94 inches

Northhampton 1.92 inches

Marlborough 1.85 inches

Provincetown 1.44 inches



RHODE ISLAND

Providence 3.42 inches

Block Island 0.97 inches


NEW HAMPSHIRE

Strafford 3.09 inches

Milton 2.94 inches

White Mountain National Forest 2.68 inches

North Conway 2.57 inches

Brentwood 2.56 inches

Rochester 2.45 inches

Greenland 2.22 inches

Portsmouth 2.21 inches

Windham 2.09 inches

Bear Brook 2.02 inches

Hampstead 2.01 inches

Holderness 1.94 inches

South Tamworth 1.83 inches

Temple 1.79 inches

Bedford 1.74 inches

Barnstead 1.53 inches

Manchester 1.38 inches

Laconia 1.36 inches

Nashua 1.17 inches



CONNECTICUT

Danbury 2.33 inches

Danielson 2.33 inches

Hartford 2.19 inches

Torrington 1.4 inches

New London 1.31 inches

Stamford 1.25 inches

New Haven 1.23 inches

Middletown 1.05 inches


VERMONT

Ludlow 2.2 inches

Proctorsville 1.83 inches

North Hudson 1.82 inches

West Windsor 1.76 inches

Warren 1.51 inches

Braintree 1.39 inches

Hancock 1.30 inches

Waitsfield 1.22 inches

Charlotte 1 inch

Cabot 0.9 inches



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