Storm Watch: Flood warning in effect for parts of CT as heavy rainfall continues overnight
WEATHER ALERT: A flood watch is in effect for parts of the state through Sunday afternoon.
NOW & NEW: News 12 Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Steve Teeling says rain totals as of 10 p.m. Friday are between 3-5 inches. Other parts of the tri-state have gotten even more rain. John F. Kennedy International Airport recorded its wettest day ever with over 8.5 inches, and it's still coming down. Flash flood warnings will most likely continue through the night locally in Fairfield County and possibly Litchfield County. The rain will continue through the night with breezy conditions. Morning rain and showers Saturday morning will end around noon with some sun coming out mid to late afternoon.
NEXT: A nice stretch of weather will be with us Sunday through next week with mostly sunny skies and high temperatures in the 70s. Some inland spots may even reach 80 degrees.
OVERNIGHT: Cloudy with rain, heavy at times. Low of 55.
SATURDAY: Morning rain and showers give way to partly sunny skies in the afternoon. High of 64.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny and milder. High of 75.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny and warmer. High of 76.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny and warm. High of 77.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and fantastic. High of 76.