Western Franklin Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Public Information Statement
Statement as of 10:15 am EDT on October 02, 2014

The following are unofficial observations taken during the past 7 hours for the storm that has been affecting our region. Appreciation is extended to Skywarn spotters...cooperative observers...media and Highway departments for these reports. This summary is also available on our home Page at weather.Gov/Boston

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Location storm total time/date comments rainfall of /inches/ measurement

Massachusetts

...Barnstable County... Truro 4.73 601 am 10/02 ham radio North Eastham 4.00 645 am 10/02 broadcast media North Truro 4.00 645 am 10/02 broadcast media Eastham 3.70 559 am 10/02 ham radio yarmouthport 3.42 602 am 10/02 ham radio Hyannis 3.09 603 am 10/02 ham radio Sandwich 2.85 635 am 10/02 ham radio East Sandwich 2.64 730 am 10/02 co-op observer Centerville 2.58 645 am 10/02 broadcast media East Falmouth 2.45 633 am 10/02 ham radio Chatham 2.38 800 am 10/02 co-op observer Osterville 2.25 645 am 10/02 broadcast media Cotuit 2.20 645 am 10/02 broadcast media Orleans 2.11 631 am 10/02 ham radio Bourne 2.11 618 am 10/02 ham radio South Orleans 2.09 632 am 10/02 ham radio Woods Hole 1.73 600 am 10/02 co-op observer

...Bristol County... Fairhaven 2.16 638 am 10/02 ham radio Taunton 1.29 700 am 10/02 NWS office

...Dukes County... Edgartown 2.15 621 am 10/02 ham radio

...Norfolk County... Blue Hills 2.03 800 am 10/02 co-op observer Norwood 1.59 700 am 10/02 NWS employee

...Plymouth County... Plymouth 3.30 604 am 10/02 ham radio West Wareham 2.11 645 am 10/02 ham radio Middleboro 1.96 700 am 10/02 co-op observer Bridgewater 1.85 700 am 10/02 co-op observer Rochester 1.75 800 am 10/02 co-op observer