NWS Weather Forecast in Southern New England: Risk of Excessive Rainfall to Bring Flooding Concerns This Week

A risk of excessive rainfall is likely in southern New England this week, according to a short-range public discussion by the National Weather Service (NWS). The rounds of rain could lead to slower commutes and flooding dangers in the region.

The NWS Weather Prediction Center monitors the development of low pressure that could impact the Northeast in the midweek. According to forecasts, moderate to heavy rainfall can bring possible heavy rainfall from New Jersey to Southern New England.

The forecast warned that scattered flash flooding could threaten the region this week. Flooding risks can become concerning in low-lying areas. Homeowners should stay alert for flood watches and warnings to avoid any dangers.

In addition, motorists should be extra careful when driving this week due to flooding threats and slippery commutes. Americans traveling should check for dangerous commutes.

In the Lower Mississippi Valley and Southeast, the forecast warns of heavy precipitation from March 14 to March 15.

NWS Weather Forecast in Southern New England

Zoom Earth Satellite via NOAA NESDIS
(Photo : Zoom Earth Satellite via NOAA NESDIS)
Zoom Earth Satellite via NOAA NESDIS. Southern New England can expect rounds of heavy to excessive rain this week, causing potential flooding threats and travel hazards. Motorists should watch out for flooded roads and slippery commutes.

According to an NWS discussion, the Southern Plains can experience a slight risk of thunderstorms on Thursday. The forecast monitors low pressure over the northern Mid-Atlantic Coast that could bring rounds of rain to New England.

The advisory warns of a slight risk of excessive rainfall impacting southern New England and northern Maine this week. On Wednesday, Northeast residents should anticipate the chance of precipitation, causing flash flooding and travel dangers. A flash flood threat is also possible.

In Boston, the NWS forecast shows that sunny conditions could continue in the early week. On Thursday, residents can expect rounds of heavy rain and flooding potential. The advisory said that widespread rain could develop, causing flood watch concerns in the region.

Meanwhile, NWS New York reports that a Special Weather Statement was issued due to locally dense fog in southern Connecticut. Motorists should stay alert to foggy conditions affecting the road this week.

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Weather in other portions of the US: Rounds of Rain and Low Pressure

According to an NWS forecast, rain and thunderstorms can unfold in the Lower Great Lakes in the early weeks. Poor weather conditions can spread over the Central Gulf Coast and Ohio Valley.

In addition, a wave of low pressure will likely impact portions of the Northern and Central Rockies on Thursday. Meanwhile, Southern California can expect light rain in the late week.

In Chicago, the advisory shows that dry conditions could bring highs in the 40s and 50s. In the late week, travelers can expect a rainy and breezy outlook. On the weekend, blustery and cooler conditions can unfold.

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