Rain continues to fall and flooding is starting to become a concern. Already most areas have seen an inch of rain with a few spots on Long Island getting as much as 3 inches of rain. As you can see from the radar the rain is not over yet and should continue through late tonight.
Additional rainfall will range anywhere from another inch to as much as an additional 3 inches. Already there has been some pretty bad flooding on Long Island and that will continue to worsen. The system does appear to be getting more organized as it is a nor'easter. It is a very weak nor'easter but still it is the first nor'easter of the season.
This system looks very interesting and I am surprised that not one of the model turns it into a full blown nor'easter. There's still time and I will be watching the radar and satellite for further developments.
A mix of flood advisories, warnings and watch are currently in effect. In my opinion the NWS needs to just put a flash flood watch up for the whole area.
The rain should start to taper off in western Jersey around Midnight tonight. There will be some showers on Long Island in the morning but things should dry out for the afternoon.