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How Much? New England Rain Totals May 20-21, 2023

While flooding from our latest dousing didn't cause any flooding issues, it still dropped several inches of much needed rain in places. Here's how much fell:


MASSACHUSETTS

West Norton 3.21 inches

Attleboro 3.05 inches

Chicopee 2.8 inches

Wayland 2.64 inches

Ipswich 2.40 inches

Danvers 2.37 inches

Sandwich 2.32 inches

Milford 2.22 inches

Southhampton 2.18 inches

Boston 1.94 inches

Lynn 1.91 inches

Newburyport 1.89 inches

Shutesbury 1.89 inches

Haverhill 1.67 inches

Lawrence 1.52 inches

West Tisbury 1.24 inches


RHODE ISLAND

Wakefield 3.99 inches

Kingston 3.82 inches

South Kingstown 3.81 inches

East Providence 3.48 inches

Hope alley 3.46 inches

East Greenwich 3.37 inches

Ashaway 3.34 inches

Warwick 3.32 inches

Exeter 3.25 inches

Richmond 3.19 inches

Barrington 3.17 inches

Warren 3.12 inches

Pawtcuket 3.12 inches

Jamestown 3.1 inches

Portsmouth 3.05 inches

Providence 2.61 inches



CONNECTICUT

Southington 2.5 inches

Moosup 2.48 inches

Plainville 2.43 inches

West Hartford 2.21 inches

Vernon 2.01 inches

Newington 1.98 inches

Ashford 1.96 inches


MAINE

Cumberland 3.25 inches

Westbrook 3.19 inches

Falmouth 3.12 inches

Bath 3.03 inches

Camden 2.76 inches

Whitefield 2.7 inches

Palermo 2.69 inches

Durham 2.64 inches

Ogunquit 2.58 inches

Libson Falls 2.52 inches

Portland 2.33 inches

Farmington 2 inches

Anson 1.91 inches

Otisfield 1.9 inches


NEW HAMPSHIRE

Portsmouth 2.47 inches

Nottingham 2.35 inches

Durham 2.18 inches

Nashua 2.16 inches

Dover 2.12 inches

Fitzwilliam 2.08 inches

Hollis 2 inches

Richmond 1.75 inches

Keene 1.72 inches

Ashland 1.68 inches

Manchester 1.67 inches

North Sandwich 1.67 inches

Kingston 1.51 inches

North Conway 1.49 inches

Center Harbor 1.46 inches

Danbury 1.16 inches

Berlin 0.9 inches




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