Noreaster Going to Bring Lots Of Rain Tonight and Tomorrow

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This is the latest weather forecast for Eastern Connecticut (11:04 AM Tuesday)

This Afternoon: The rainfall and winds may slightly subside by late afternoon as the primary low pressure center near New York City weakens.  Maximum rainfall rates  to ½” inch per hour can be expected.  Winds are forecast to gust to 35 MPH at times.  Some minor flooding and power outages can be expected.

This Evening and Overnight:  As the Noreaster approaches New England from the southeast another period of moderate to heavy rain accompanied by stronger winds is expected overnight.  Rainfall rates around ½” per hour and  winds may gust to 50 MPH especially in eastern Connecticut.  Flooding and downed power lines are possibilites

Wednesday Morning:  Most impacts should subside by mid-morning on Wednesday as the storm begins to depart to the east.

Written by: Mike Minarsky

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