We've got one more batch of drenching rain to get through before strong winds move in overnight.
The rain will continue Sunday night, heavy at times, at least into the early evening. High rainfall rates of 1-2 inches per hour resulted in some flooded roadways.
The East End remains under a wind advisory until 2 p.m., with 15-25 miles per hour westerly winds expected, possibly gusting up to 45 miles per hour, and diminishing by the afternoon, according to the NWS website.
The National Weather Service said there were reports of downed trees and power lines around the region and roads that were impassible due to flash flooding. Urban and small stream flooding is possible.
Wind gusts will blow around objects that have not been secured, forecasters warned. Scattered power outages are expected. Temperatures will rebound nicely under partly sunny skies, with highs ranging from 58 to 63 degrees. This could lead to a couple of snow showers early Monday morning. However, winds will cause rough seas and the tides to run a little higher 5:30PM-9:30PM. A Wind Advisory is also in effect for all of central and northeastern Pennsylvania. We remain cool and dry Wednesday, followed by a return shower chance Thursday and Friday. Mostly cloudy - high near 64. The 6 hour window for the strongest winds occurs 8PM Sunday through 2 AM Monday in which hurricane force winds are not out of the question along the shoreline.
Monday night: Increasing clouds with a low around 37.
The peak of this storm will be from 8 p.m.to 3 a.m. with the heaviest rain and strongest winds.
Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy - low around 55. The higher end of that range is more likely in central/western CT. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with a high near 61. Chance of precipitation is 40 percent.
Highs Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday will only be in the 50s. Low: 54. High: 69.
Tonight: Mostly clear - low around 33.
Friday: Partly sunny, breezy. Low: 60. High: 82.
Sunday: A chance of showers.