Hurricane Ida slammed into Louisiana on Sunday leaving more than a million people without power as crews work around the clock to try and get it restored.

As the storm exits the south and heads toward New England, the now low-pressure system is bringing with it a lot of rain. High winds are not expected to be a factor, however.

A FLASH FLOOD WATCH IS IN EFFECT FOR BERKSHIRE COUNTY STARTING WEDNESDAY AT 2 PM UNTIL THURSDAY AT 2 PM.

Expect low lying and poor drainage areas to be an issue as heavy is expected to fall late on Wednesday evening and into the overnight hours

Wednesday: Periods of rain. High 66F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 100%. Rainfall near a half an inch. Locally heavy rainfall possible.

Wednesday night: Periods of rain. Rain becoming heavy at times overnight. Low 56F. Winds NE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 100%. 2 to 3 inches of rain expected. Localized flooding is expected.

Thursday is expected to be party cloudy and a high temperature of 67F.

Weather information is courtesy of weather.com.

HURRICANE IDA WAS BAD JUST LIKE LAURA WAS LAST YEAR...LEST WE FORGET THESE AWFUL STORMS.

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