Remnants of Hurricane Beryl flood Vermont a year after catastrophic rainfall in the state

Remnants of Hurricane Beryl flood Vermont a year after catastrophic rainfall in the state

Marchfield, Vermont — The remains of the Hurricane Beryl caused damaging flooding in Vermont Thursdaya year after catastrophic flooding inundated parts of the state.

Water covered, washed away or filled roads with debris in the area after heavy rainfall began on Wednesday. Several rescues were reported Wednesday night and some towns were under evacuation orders..

Areas of central Vermont that were hit hard by flooding last July were among the hardest hit. Water invaded streets and roads in the city of Barre.

Beryl, which made landfall in Texas on Monday as a Category 1 hurricane, was a post-tropical cyclone that brought tornadoes and flooding to the area between the Great Lakes and northern New Englandafter leaving millions of people without electricity in the area of Houston.

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