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Heavy rain possible for the Monday morning rush



    Heavy rain possible for the Monday morning rush
    Storms approach New York City.

    A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for the Tri-State area from midnight tonight until 11am Monday. Another round of heavy showers and storms is on the way, and some spots could see 2" of rain or more with any thunderstorms that develop. Heavy rain could linger into the Monday morning commute, as well. The rest of the day looks unsettled, with plenty of clouds and a few showers, but the heavy rain threat is over before noon. The clouds and rain chances will hold our high temperatures in the 70s once again on Monday afternoon. On Tuesday, we'll see more peeks of sun, with a shower or isolated storm possible. It stays cooler than average on Tuesday, but major improvements are on the way Wednesday and Thursday with sunshine and much lower humidity. 

    TONIGHT:  Cloudy and humid with rain and thunderstorms likely. Heavy rain and minor flooding possible. LOW: 68 MONDAY: Early rain and storms give way to mostly cloudy skies and a few PM showers. HIGH: 78

    Erica Grow

    Meteorologist, WNBC

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