The start of the work week looks to be a soggy one in the Garden State, with the National Weather Service placing most of the state under a flash food watch as a round of rainy weather moves into the region. Flash flood watches are in effect for Sullivan County until 8 p.m. and Orange County until 6 p.m. Wind advisories also have been issued for Sullivan and Ulster counties. In Virginia, this includes the New River Valley counties of Pulaski, Montgomery and Giles Counties, as well as Craig, Roanoke, Franklin, Henry, and Patrick Counties through this evening.
Heavy showers and thunderstorms continuing to produce rain rates of 2 to 4 inches per hour along the north shore of Kauai. Forecasters warned that risky flash flooding is still possible. Flash flooding is a VERY DANGEROUS SITUATION.
Behind the cold front, gusty northwest winds will spread across the region Monday afternoon and continue to be strong and gusty through Wednesday.
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Weather officials say the greatest risk for flooding will be along windward slopes, though all areas could experience flooding.
Thunderstorms are expected to arrive just before or during the Monday morning commute according to the NWS. Motorists should be prepared for torrential downpours and potential flooding as storms move through.