BOSTON (AP) — Thunderstorms have caused flights to be delayed and knocked out power in some parts of Massachusetts.
A flood warning was issued by the National Weather Service for the areas of Springfield, Clinton, Boston and Northborough, and a flash flood warning in Worcester. All warnings have been lifted as of 7 p.m.READ MORE: Male In Norwood Shot Multiple Times, Taken By MedFlight To Boston Hospital; Police Searching For Gunman
Officials say one fire burned in a garage caused by a lightning strike in Sterling. No injuries were reported.
Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency says more than 3,000 electricity customers lost power statewide at one point during the storm.READ MORE: Allegiant Airplane Blows Out Tire After Rough Landing At Logan
Floods have been reported on many streets in Worcester and Oxford. Some towns, like North Grafton, received more than three inches of rain.
More than 200 flights at Logan Airport have been cancelled and 23% have been delayed, according to flight-tracking service FlightAware.MORE NEWS: Thousands Honor Slain Danvers Teacher Colleen Ritzer At Annual 5K In Andover
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