Expect lowering humidity levels starting Tuesday morning as a cold front sweeps offshore bringing drier next 12-24 hours
HOUR BY HOUR: Conditions for the next 36 hours »
IDA is now a tropical depression with winds of only 35…however the storm will continue to produce very heavy rain along its path next several days
Ida will continue to move northward up the Mississippi River Valley and Ohio Valley next 24 hours bringing very heavy rain along the path of the storm.
What is left of Ida (remnant moisture) will turn northeastward and move across Southern New England late Wednesday into Thursday, bringing a period of heavy rain and the chance for some flooding. Some of our computer guidance points to a 2-5″ swath of excessive rain moving into our area. A FLOOD WATCH is in effect for mid week
FLOOD WATCH is in effect from Wednesday Evening into Thursday. Potential for 2-4 inches of rain during this time period. Localized street and urban flooding possible…..rivers and streams will need to be monitored by later Wednesday night and Thursday
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7PM: Steadier, heavier rain arrives after sunset Wednesday night
THURSDAY MORNING 8AM: Widespread heavy rain likely with some street flooding for the Thursday morning commute.