Impacts and Timing of Tonight’s Storm System

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KSNV
Rainfall totals of 1.5 to 3 inches are expected with a few areas experiencing slightly higher totals.
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KVEA
A First Alert has been issued by our team of meteorologists for the flash flooding and damaging wind threat.
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Julie Carey
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect through Wednesday morning. Our First Alert team of meteorologists are forecasting between 1.5 to 3 inches of rain with a few areas seeing slightly higher amounts.
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KVEA
A wind advisory is in effect through Wednesday morning for wind gusts of 45 to 60 mph. High wind gusts are capable of taking down trees which will lead to power outages throughout the state.
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Getty Images
The highest wind gusts will occur Tuesday evening into the overnight hours.
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Getty Images
Take a look at First Alert Future Radar at 9 p.m. which shows a line of storms and heavy rain moving through western and central portions of Connecticut.
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Take a look at First Alert Future Radar at 11 p.m. which shows the line of storms continuing over western and central portions of the state.
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Town of Nantucket
First Alert Future Radar at 3 a.m. shows the line of heavy rain and storms moving into eastern Connecticut.
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