From National Weather Service:
Flash Flood Watch
...FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM LATE TONIGHT THROUGH
LATE TUESDAY NIGHT...
The Flash Flood Watch continues for
* Portions of northwestern Connecticut, western Massachusetts,
and New York, including the following areas, in northwestern
Connecticut, Northern Litchfield and Southern Litchfield. In
western Massachusetts, Northern Berkshire and Southern
Berkshire. In New York, Eastern Albany, Eastern Columbia,
Eastern Dutchess, Eastern Greene, Eastern Rensselaer, Eastern
Schenectady, Eastern Ulster, Montgomery, Northern Fulton,
Schoharie, Southern Fulton, Southern Herkimer, Southern
Saratoga, Western Albany, Western Columbia, Western Dutchess,
Western Greene, Western Rensselaer, Western Schenectady, and
* From late tonight through late Tuesday night
* Tropical moisture from the remnants of Florence will overspread
the region with rain tonight into Tuesday. Rain will be heavy at
times overnight into Tuesday morning. 1 to 3 inches of rainfall
is expected, though locally higher amounts are possible within
embedded bands of heavier rain and isolated thunderstorms.
* Flash flooding is possible, especially for urban areas, creeks
and small streams, and areas that have already experienced
flooding in recent weeks. There is still some uncertainty for
exactly where the heaviest rainfall will be, but flash flooding
is possible where it occurs, especially if rainfall rates
exceed an inch an hour.
A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation. You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action should Flash Flood Warnings be issued.
Eastern AlbanyEastern ColumbiaEastern DutchessEastern GreeneEastern RensselaerEastern SchenectadyEastern UlsterMontgomeryNorthern FultonSchoharieSouthern FultonSouthern HerkimerSouthern SaratogaWestern AlbanyWestern ColumbiaWestern DutchessWestern GreeneWestern RensselaerWestern SchenectadyWestern Ulster