BOSTON (CBS) – Southeastern Massachusetts is recovering from a deluge of rain Friday morning.

Plymouth was hit the worst as the storm dumped 5.69 inches of rain there, according to the National Weather Service.

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Several streets and underpasses were instantly flooded.

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Flooding on Belleville Ave. New Bedford, July 12, 2019. (Photo credit: Ed Caron)

Here are the latest totals from the NWS:

Plymouth    5.69″ 
Carver         4.35″ 
Duxbury      4.20″
Marshfield  3.89″ 
Kingston     3.74″
New Bedford 3.6″
Rochester   3.57″ 
Assonet      3.55″ 
Lakeville     2.36″ 
Swansea     2.33

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According to WBZ-TV meteorologist Barry Burbank, the humidity will drop Friday night and there’s a great stretch of summer weather ahead.