A record-setting March

In the span of a few weeks, March brought New England two storms that slammed the region with record amounts of rainfall, causing flooding, evacuations, and much damage.
Dana Knight and his daughter, Emily, 2, surveyed the waters surrounding their home in Framingham. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff ) Dana Knight and his daughter, Emily, 2, surveyed the waters surrounding their home in Framingham.

March 29-31

Obama thanks flood workers as area waits for waters to recede

Governor Patrick briefed President Obama during a visit to flood-fighting headquarters in Framingham. Obama also thanked relief workers for their efforts. (Boston Globe, 4/2/10)

March 13-15

A deluge of misery

The unusually persistent late-winter storm dropped more than 10 inches of rain on Boston over a 72-hour span and prompted a release of untreated sewage into Quincy Bay. (Boston Globe, 3/16/10)

PHOTOS

Flooding scenes

Flooding scenes

Globe staff photos of the flooding
Your flood photos

Your flood photos

What you saw during the storm
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Rainy-day playlist

Rainy-day playlist

Songs to brighten your soggy mood

A deluge of rain

More rainy images from Globe staff
Readers' photos

Readers' photos

See how our readers handled the flooding
How to build an Ark

How to build an Ark

A "how to" manual should the rain reach biblical proportions

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Area rainfall totals
Think you got a lot of rain? Check out this sampling of the approximate rainfall local cities and towns received during the rainstorm, according to data from the National Weather Service.
Massachusetts March rainfall totals
Check out this sampling of the approximate rainfall local cities and towns received during the March 13-15 rainstorm, according to data from the National Weather Service.