More than 1 inch of rain could fall by Monday afternoon, according to a hazardous weather outlook from the National Weather Service.
The heaviest rainfall was predicted to fall in southern ME with three quarter to 1½ inches.
A warm up will once again return into next weekend with highs back in the low 80s. Lots of sun, with highs in the mid 80s, and overnight lows in the low 60s.
Temperatures on the holiday were expected to reach the low to high 60s as the storm moves through Monday. The breezes will relax after sunset, and the clouds and showers keep us in the mid 70s.More news: India's GST Council approves relief package for exporters
TUESDAY: An early, isolated shower then variably cloudy skies. NO widespread flooding is expected across CNY thanks to the very dry weather we've had since the start of August, but localized flash flooding will be possible in the downpours.
Highs may range from 75 to 80 degrees. Temperatures will also be a bit cooler mid-week. The latter half of the week looks more dry than wet, although our high pressure won't be entirely successful at warding off any chances for rain.
As the center of what was once a hurricane raced northward across Tennessee on Sunday, bands of tropical showers and thunderstorms spread across the western Carolinas. However, the proximity of that disturbance coupled with the onshore winds off of the ocean should promote plenty of clouds from Wednesday through Friday.
Scattered rain showers that began Sunday night will trickle into Monday morning in Cleveland, with the highest chances ending after 10 a.m.