Massachusetts Battling Severe Storm Flash Floods

Storms disrupt Monday evening commute with heavy rain causing flash flooding in the Northeast.

Intense rainfall washes out roads and floods homes and businesses in Leominster, Massachusetts.

Flash flooding forces school officials to cancel classes in Leominster, Massachusetts, on Tuesday.

Leominster Mayor Dean Mazzarella urges residents to stay home, emphasizing safety during the floods.

The National Weather Service in Boston declares a flash flood emergency as 3-5 inches of rain fall.

Persistent thunderstorms continue to bring heavy rain, with more inches expected in the area.

A Flash Flood Watch is issued for parts of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut early Tuesday.

Flash flooding causes roadways to be washed out, making travel hazardous.

Floodwaters enter homes and businesses, causing damage and disruption.

Residents are advised to stay updated on weather alerts and exercise caution during the storm.

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