Wind advisories and coastal flooding warnings remain in effect on Tuesday, the day after Sandy caused severe flooding and hundreds of thousands of power outages. The potential remains for severe weather on Tuesday, according to NBC Connecticut’s meteorologists.
The potential is slim, but there is a possibility of isolated rotating thunderstorms coming in from the Sound, according to NBC Connecticut Meteorologist Darren Sweeney.
“There is still a lot of energy in the atmosphere,” Sweeney said.
That poses the possibility of tornado warnings in the Northeast, including for Connecticut.
Stay tuned to NBC Connecticut on air or online for extensive weather coverage through the day.
More potential for flooding exists because of three high tides coming today, according to NBC Connecticut meteorologist Bob Maxon.
The first hide tide will be at 10:09 a.m. in New London.
The second will be at 12:03 p.m. in New Haven and the third will be at 12:07 a.m. in Bridgeport. There is a possibility of moderate flooding during these high tide cycles.