Heaviest rainfall from the first storm should end around noon on Saturday, April 29, after about an inch of rain fell across much of the region, according to the National Weather Service.

In the afternoon, the rain will become lighter and the precipitation will be interrupted. It will be eaten raw throughout the day in temperatures around 50 degrees.

On Sunday morning, April 30, the weather will start to dry before the next storm system arrives in the early afternoon. (Click on the second image above.)

More rain and wind than the first storm is expected, According to AccuWeather.com.

The heaviest rainfall will be from late Sunday afternoon to Sunday evening.

Isolated thunderstorms are possible as temperatures will be milder, with highs in the high 50s.

AccuWeather senior meteorologist Brett Anderson said: “The strongest winds will be in the front of the second storm, lasting six to 12 hours, with gusts of up to 60 mph possible along the coast from Delaware and New Jersey to Maine. Dongfeng.” .

There may be occasional heavy rain around dawn on Monday, May 1.

During the day on Monday, the sky will gradually become clear and the high temperature will be around 60 degrees.

Widespread fresh rainfall of 1.5 inches is expected, with two storm systems totaling up to 3 inches in parts of the region.

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