Parts of Capital Region clean up from months’ worth of rain in mere hours

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Part of Spier Falls Road in Corinth was still shut down Friday as crews clean up a mudslide.

Between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. Thursday night, a line of thunderstorms passed over Saratoga County, dumping a lot of rain with it.

With rainfall totals for the month already high, this storm brought a month’s worth of rain from this storm alone, between four and six inches.

Learn how high the water reached by watching the video of Reid Kisselback’s story.

Jonathan Hunter has a closer look at Friday’s cleanup.