What was Tropical Storm Henri dumped more than a half-foot of rain on some places in New England by Monday morning as the system moved inland over the weekend.
Henri made landfall Sunday near Westerly, Rhode Island, as a strong tropical storm with 60 mph winds. It has since weakened to a tropical depression parked between New York City and Hartford, Connecticut.
The forecast calls for Henri to begin moving east Monday before exiting into the North Atlantic Ocean and falling apart by Wednesday. However, it’s still dumping heavy rain before it does so.
The image at the top of the story gives an idea of how much rain has fallen and where, but here is a look at the 10 biggest reported rainfall totals as a result of Henri.