See Ida's Damage: Flooded Roads and Yards, Downed Trees

Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island were all hit hard by the powerful storm

The remnants of Ida moved through New England overnight, knocking down trees and flooding area roadways.

Below are some images from around the region.

This bus yard in Waltham, Massachusetts, was totally flooded as a result of Thursday's storm.
Police in Upton, Massachusetts, shared this photo of a downed tree.

This tree in Dennis, Massachusetts, was an early victim of the storm.
This car got stuck trying to traverse a flooded roadway in Falmouth, Massachusetts.
A viewer shared this view of his yard in Leominster, Massachusetts.
Flooding in Bristol connecticut after Ida
NBC Connecticut
A pickup drives through floodwaters on Route 6 in Bristol, Connecticut, on Thursday morning.
A car was stranded by floodwaters on State Street in North Haven, Connecticut.
The area in front of Wareham Crossing in Wareham, Massachusetts, picked up about a half a foot of rain.
An SUV was stuck for hours after the driver tried to drive through a flooded section of Storrow Drive on the eastbound side under the Massachusetts Avenue bridge in Boston.
This photo of a washed out road in Wareham, Massachusetts, was taken by Renee Elizabeth.
Massachusetts State Police
Both sides of Route 24 in Fall River, Massachusetts, had to shut down at Airport Road on Thursday morning due to heavy flooding.
The West Boylston, Massachusetts, Fire Department shared this photo of a car that was swallowed by a washed away driveway during Thursday's heavy rains.
NBC10 Boston
This road in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, collapsed during Thursday's storm.
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