…FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT THROUGH LATE TUESDAY NIGHT…
The National Weather Service in Albany has issued a Flash Flood Watch for portions of northwestern Connecticut, western Massachusetts, and New York, including the following areas, in northwestern Connecticut, Litchfield County. In western Massachusetts, Berkshire County. In New York, Eastern Columbia, Eastern Dutchess, Eastern Greene, Eastern Ulster, Western Columbia, Western Dutchess, Western Greene, and Western Ulster.
* Through late Tuesday night
* Tropical moisture from the remnants of Florence will overspread the region with rain into Tuesday. Rain will be heavy at times Tuesday morning. 1 to 3 inches of rainfall is expected, though locally higher amounts are possible within embedded bands of heavier rain and a thunderstorm.
* Flash flooding is possible, especially for urban areas, creeks and small streams, and areas that have already experienced flooding in recent weeks. There is still some uncertainty for exactly where the heaviest rainfall will be, but flash flooding could be especially significant where it occurs.
1926 – THE GREAT MIAMI HURRICANE – 123MPH – TIDES 11FT – 372 FATALITIES
THE REMAINS OF FLORENCE MOVE ACROSS THE REGION TONIGHT AND OUT TONIGHT. SOME OF THE RAIN WILL BE HEAVY. HUMID WITH HIGHS WELL INTO THE 70S AND LOWER 80S. PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES ARE ON TAP FROM WEDNESDAY INTO FRIDAY WITH SEASONABLY WARM WEATHER. ANOTHER COOL FRONT SLIPS BY ON SATURDAY WITH HIGHS IN 80S…AND THEN FALL SLIPS IN AT NIGHT. IF THAT FRONT KEEPS ON MOVING. IT’S A COOLER AND DRY SUNDAY…IF IT DOESN’T…
IT’S A COOLER AND WET SUNDAY. WHAT ARE YOU BETTING ON?
TODAY: SHOWERS AND CHANCE OF A THUNDERSTORM – MID 70S
TONIGHT: SHOWERS – MID 60S
WED: SUN AND CLOUDS – MID 70S
WED. NITE: CLOUDY- PATCHY FOG – MID 50S
THURS: PARTLY CLOUDY- MID 70S.