- Sep 22, 2013
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With Tropical Storm Irene in 2011 we got far less rain than 40 inches, not even half that much and the entire landlocked state of Vermont, well over 100 miles inland from the Atlantic ocean got decimated.
Major roads and bridges were washed out, and dozens of houses, cars, livestock and even caskets were seen floating down rivers for days. And it was a tropical storm, not a even a hurricane.
Places around here are still not back to normal.
I'm trying to wrap my mind around the destruction that might be caused by 40 inches of rain.