Rain storm and high winds bring down trees, wires in Massachusetts





Powerful winds knocked over Massachusetts Monday morning, the National Weather Service.

Said Kim Buttrick, a meteorologist on the weather service in Norton. "With the thunderstorms," ​​he said. T

Windsts reached at high by 63 miles per hour between 45 and 55 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service. Massachusetts. T

High winds downed two trees in Osterville, trapping the SUV, said Barnstable Police Sergeant Eric Drifmeyer.

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In the same gust of wind, a glass window from a vacant store.

Monday morning all at about 8 a.m., Marion Police Sergeant Marshall Sadeck said.

Calls for power outages, except for one instance where it was contained to a private drive, Sadeck said.

Wrentham police to Spruce Road at Forest Grove Avenue at about 7 a.m. Power lines, and. T

Wrentham, the dispatcher said.

Chestnut Hill Road in the Watersports, Wavehill, Cranfield Hill, Chestnut Hill Road and about 7 a.m. Monday, dispatcher Jessica LeBlanc said. Has been cleared.

While there was a lull storm-wise in the post office and 4:30 p.m., buttrick. Marathon will be in the Boston area, se said.

“Behind those showers, and even into Tuesday,” Buttrick.

The winds that will come.

, Wires down, ”she said. Could be toppled by storms tonight. ”

Breanne Kovatch can be reached at breanne.kovatch@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter at @breannekovatch.

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