Flood warnings and watches are in effect and another 2-to-4 inches of rain could fall in Connecticut on Thursday.
A storm center will move through the Ohio Valley and roll toward the New Jersey shoreline Thursday into Thursday night, bringing another round of moderate to heavy rain to Connecticut.
Computer models show the potential for 2-to-4 inches of additional rain possible.
If this rainfall does occur, more poor drainage, urban-street and river/stream flooding is likely.
Seven-day rainfall totals would approach 6-to-12 inches of rain in most communities, which equals three to four months’ worth in a week.
Winds will increase to 20 to 30 miles per hour, with the potential for higher gusts over 40 miles per hour.
With the saturated ground, trees might be toppled by this wind. In some cases, downed trees could create power outages. If you have a generator, it might be wise to gas it up and be ready for anything.
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