It's not often that a Hurricane hits New England, I mean, you can probably remember all the hurricanes that hit near here over the last 50 years...Bob, Gloria, Floyd, Sandy, Irene, etc... However, Henri is not one for the history books, at least in The Berkshires.

Although Henri was downgraded to a Tropical Storm before it made landfall in RI, it made for a rainy Sunday in the Berkshires. Some local roads were flooded and some restaurants may have prematurely closed, but, for the most part, we were spared from any big damage.

As of Monday morning, Eversource was reporting no customers without power in Berkshire County.

Tropical Depression Henri has now stalled over the New York/Connecticut border with a projected easterly track through Tuesday morning.

Winds should not be an issue on Monday; however, a flood watch is in effect for Berkshire County until 8 p.m.

Monday: Cloudy with periods of rain. Potential for flooding rains. High 74F. Winds E at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 100%. Rainfall around a half an inch.

Monday night: Becoming partly cloudy after some evening rain. Low 63F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 80%.

Tuesday: Partly cloudy. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. High 84F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph.

Weather information is provided by weather.com.

With the ground so saturated, meteorologists warn that trees can do down more easily if winds pick up; however, it is not expected to be windy.

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