Severe weather rolled through Western Massachusetts on Tuesday.
The entire region was under a Tornado Watch from the National Weather Service. Longmeadow topped out with two inches of rain, while the largest measured hail was one-and-a-half inches in diameter in Southwick.
National Grid reported over 13-hundred customers without power, mostly in Hampden, Monson and Granby, while Eversource reported just over one-hundred outages, but those outages were taken care of by late last night.
In Connecticut, two men died after trees fell on the cars they were in.
In New York a little girl was killed and her mother hurt when a tree limb fell on them.
Mass Transit is expected to be back to normal today. At the height on the storm, Bradley International Airport cancelled flights and there were delays on Amtrak and Greyhound as well.
All transportation is expected to be on time.