The radar view in the first image above shows the front of the system caused by a slow-moving cold front around 1:45 pm on Sunday, July 9. Areas with severe storms are marked in red.

Areas shown in green in the second image above from are expected to receive between 2 and 4 inches of rain. Locally higher values ​​are possible, especially in dark green areas.

A widespread flood warning has been issued for much of the Northeast. Click on the third image above to see the areas most prone to flash flooding.

The National Weather Service said in a statement Sunday afternoon that “multiple flash flooding events are expected,” noting that “isolated severe thunderstorms are likely with damaging wind gusts as the primary threat” in what it called “high-impact storms.” Force Storm”. “

“Rain on Sunday night could cause significant delays to travel on Monday morning, especially if roads are closed due to high water levels.” AccuWeather meteorologist Alex DaSilva said.

The National Weather Service said the storm will continue through Monday, July 10, with showers and scattered storms possible at any time of day and night. The high temperature will be around 80 degrees.

Farther east, including Boston, the downpour is expected to be most intense from late Monday (likely on the way home from a commute) to early Tuesday, July 11, according to

On Tuesday, July 11, the sky will gradually turn clear from west to east, with temperatures in the 80s.

Wednesday, July 12, will be sunny with temperatures in the mid-90s.

Unstable weather is likely to return from Thursday, July 13, with a possible fresh bout of showers and thunderstorms continuing into next weekend. But it is expected to be sunny for most of these days.

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