Friday, May 16, 2014
The National Weather Service said a Flash Flood Watch continues for Westport and area through late tonight.
A slow moving cold front will move across the area this evening through tonight. Rain will increase in coverage late this afternoon and become heavy at times this evening and overnight with the potential for thunderstorms.
Total rainfall is expected to range between 1 and 2 inches with localized amounts up to 3 inches in the heavier showers and areas of convection, the Weather Service said.
Additionally, the heaviest rain is expected to coincide with high tide on the Atlantic and western Long Island Sound tonight which could exacerbate flooding along the South Shore of Long Island and southern Fairfield County.
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