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After dumping more rain over the region on Monday, the remnants of Henri will slowly move offshore into the Gulf of Maine by Monday night, so the deluge should taper off gradually. The forecast of up to 5 inches of total rainfall in the Berkshires, potentially more at higher elevations appeared to be on track, with flash flooding and river rises still a hazard from Monday’s ongoing rainfall.
As of Sunday morning, the storm was approaching the Connecticut-Rhode Island border following an eastward jog. But the Berkshires should still be drenched by torrential rain, especially south of Pittsfield.
Forecasters predict the tropical storm, expected to strengthen into a hurricane Friday, is on a beeline toward Nantucket by Sunday night, with possible winds up to 90 mph.
As Tropical Storm Fred makes its way up the East Coast, the Berkshires can expect heavy rainfall Wednesday night into Thursday with possible severe thunderstorms, according to the National Weather Service.
After two blissfully pleasant days, warmth and humidity returns, with daily chances of showers and wild cards for later in the week.
As stifling heat and humidity blanket the Berkshires and the rest of the Northeast for a second day, the region’s power utility group is askin…
The second hot spell of the summer continues through Friday, with daily highs of 90 or above, challenging some historical records. Relief from a cool Canadian air mass is expected this weekend.
As daylight gradually dwindles, typical August weather will dominate the week ahead, followed by a cooldown starting next Sunday.
No storminess is in sight, most of Monday through Wednesday looks rain-free and any showers later in the week are likely to be scattered, though Friday is a question mark.
LENOX — National Weather Service meteorologists confirmed Wednesday evening that two microbursts — they are high-speed winds causing straight-…