Just one day after Tropical Storm Henri moved through the state, we are at risk for more flood-producing rain today and the NBC Connecticut meteorologists are tracking storms moving through Connecticut.
The remnants of Henri have faded away, but a lot of the moisture is being drawn in and moved through the state.
A line of storms with heavy downpours moved through late morning and early afternoon. Rain continued to fall in some areas Monday night.
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Rain with embedded thunderstorms will move from south to north and west to east. There will be heavy, pouring rain with flash flooding possible.
Meteorologist Bob Maxon said about one to three inches of rain could be possible today.
By tomorrow, the concern switches from flood-producing rain to the start of a potential heatwave.
NBC Connecticut meteorologists are tracking a potential heatwave that would be Tuesday through Thursday.