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Read more in our Privacy Policy Send E-mail The following page was sent to Heavy Rain, Floods, Lightning Hit Several Towns A copy was sent to your e-mail address Send Another E-mail Print Share + Digg Facebook Stumble It! Fark Jul 2, 2009 9:48 am US/Eastern Heavy Rain, Floods, Lightning Hit Several Towns BOSTON (WBZ) ― Click to enlarge1 of 1 AP Close numSlides of totalImages The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for eastern Massachusetts until 12:15 p.m.

There is also a flash flood watch in effect for most of southern New England through Thursday evening.

Read: WBZ Weather Blog Intense showers and thunderstorms are expected to dump up to four inches of rain.

In some areas it could fall at the rate of one-to-two inches per hour.

Watch: Latest Forecast There have been reports of flooding on Interstate 290 near Route 122 in Worcester.

WBZ's Rich Kirkland says some drivers abandoned their cars in the rising water.

North of Worcester in Sterling, several roads are washed out and there is major flooding in town.

Carl Aveni of the National Weather Service in Taunton said the hardest hit areas appear to be Sterling and just north in Leominster.

Home are flooded and some houses have reportedly been hit by lightning.

In Medway, a church steeple was hit by lightning on Main Street, sparking a fire.

A home on Rockwood Terrace in Medford was also hit by lightning.

Stay with and WBZ-TV for the latest forecasts.

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