Tuesdays storms in Western Massachusetts hit areas that were spared by last month’s tornadoes.
Although the region has been spared so far from severe weather, we cannot completely let our guard down.
Several tornadoes touched down in Massachusetts Wednesday afternoon, killing at least four people and damaging property across more than a dozen communities.
One year after the devastating March storms and subsequent flooding, victims are still cleaning up and rebuilding.
When we get this much rain at once, you can’t help but worry about flooding, especially if you’ve been through it before.
The WBZ weather team tracks the thunderstorm damage reports with the help of the Skywarn Weather Spotter Network
As what seemed to be the weekly nor’easter blew into eastern Massachusetts, excessive snowfall was becoming a windfall for some businesses while having a chilling effect on others.
A line of storms that moved through the region raised concerns about tornadoes, and left several communities without power for a time.