Town of Brattleboro Storm Alert

The Brattleboro area continues to be in line for a series of very strong thunderstorms, and we continue to be under a severe thunderstorm watch from the National Weather Service. Several areas of minor to moderate damage have occurred across town. Elm Street between Flat and Canal is closed, with a significant washout near the intersection of Canal Street. A section of Guilford Street near Frog Hill Road is covered with water due to plugged culverts. A small wash out has occurred near Bridge Street, the area is blocked off with barrels and the road is not closed at this time.

We ask that you pay close attention to the weather and monitor WTSA and the National Weather Service for future statements. Please report any significant damages to Brattleboro Central Dispatch at 257-7946.

Jan Anderson
Executive Secretary
Brattleboro Town Manager’s Office
(802) 251-8100

Comments | 2

  • Flooding on Main Street, too

    There was also flooding downtown between the Post Office and High Street (for a while at least), and branches and debris in the roads.

    Green Mountain Power was dealing with over 500 events impacting over 7,200 customers. (I was going to write it up earlier, but the power went out. When it came back on I tried again, but it flickered off for a second time.)

    Drive, bike, and ride safely.

  • Melrose okay

    So far so good here. The power winked a couple of times but it seems we’ve got the better end of this storm session. Hope everyone’s okay. I’m watching horror movies and enjoying nature’s added special effects.

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