The additional rain will continue to cause minor to moderate flooding on area creeks and streams, along with poor drainage areas.
A stuck upper-level low pressure system will sustain medium to high chances for storms through midweek.
The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for most of southeastern North Carolina through early Wednesday morning.
More rain appeared headed our way from the southwest. Scattered showers and thunderstorms in the area today, but of the I-25 corridor, severe weather looks least likely in the southern part. Then Tuesday will be mostly cloudy, with a high near 83, and a warm front will bring another chance of showers and thunderstorms in the middle of the week, forecasters said.
CT residents can expect heavy rain and stormy weather to continue as the week marches on, according to forecasts from the National Weather Service. The silver lining to today is that daytime highs will only reach the low 80s.
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Wednesday we are still looking at a very similar set up with widespread showers and storms moving in off and on throughout the day. Wind could be the biggest threat from storms over the plains, and areas that have had flooding recently could also see brief flooding tonight.
Mostly cloudy skies continue with a daily chance of rain and storms. Highs in the mid 80s. If you encounter a flooded road, turn around and find an alternate route.
The rain compounded delays on roads undergoing scheduled repairs and crashes were reported throughout Saturday, though by Sunday morning the roads were in slightly better shape. Shuttle bus service will be available.
Power companies have been working throughout the night to restore power to affected homes.