Storm will bring heavy rain, wind

Andrew Nichols wears yellow rain gear head to toe as he walks Wednesday along Civic Center Drive in Augusta. Nichols finished his shift at Home Depot and was walking in the pouring rain to get to his home on Summerhaven Road. More rain is expected Sunday

Prepare For A Stormy Sunday; Wind, Flood Watches In Effect

The National Weather Service in Peachtree City said northwest winds of 15 to 25 miles per hour are expected, and occasional gusts of up to 40 miles per hour are possible.

A "significant storm" with howling winds, torrential downpours and the possibility of power outages is brewing on Long Island Sunday morning - the fifth anniversary of superstorm Sandy. The flash flood warning is in effect from noon on Sunday through the evening.

The NWS says very strong northwest winds will develop late Sunday night, becoming westerly on Monday, and the winds combined with wave action will increase shoreline erosion and possible cause some minor lakeshore flooding in bays and inlets. "The threat of flash flooding is highest in western Massachusetts, but also exists in eastern MA".

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Torrential rain will continue through the evening, with a thunderstorm possible, then taper off after midnight. Heavy rain and damaging winds are likely. Rainfall totals area-wide are still expected to be anywhere from 1.5 inches to as high as 3 inches and it's not out of the question isolated locations see 3 to 5 inches. The intensity of the rain should also pick up as well.

Today will see a high of 64 and a low of 43.

On Tuesday, expect sunny skies and a high of 54 and a low of 34. The cloud cover will allow for a mild night ahead, overnight lows will fall to the middle and upper 50s.

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When: Sunday through Monday morning.

The chance of rain does die down later in the week, but another low pressure system could potentially bring in more rain depending on its severity.

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