By CBSBoston.com Staff

PLYMOUTH (CBS) – Ida’s remnants left Plymouth with some flooding, damage and scattered power outages after the town found itself in the “jackpot zone” with a whopping 7.7 inches of rain in about 12 hours.

Some streets in low lying areas flooded Thursday, which caused schools in Plymouth to have a 2-hour delay. The most significant damage was at Taylor Ave., Beaver Dam Road and White Horse Beach.

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Flooding in Plymouth. (Image Credit: James Rojas/WBZ Radio)

Tree branches came down in some spots, causing pockets of power outages but nothing widespread.

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Fire Chief Ed Bradley said some boats broke off their moorings and are beached.

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Bradley asked drivers to slow down when they encounter flooded roads.

CBSBoston.com Staff