Heavy rains, strong winds, Sunday into Monday

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You might want to bring in the Halloween decorations, because that rain will be followed by high winds overnight and into Monday.

Power outages are a real concern, especially considering leaves are still on the trees.

Focusing on rainfall, we are looking at 1 to 2 inches of rain, but some areas could see 3 or 4 inches in heavy rain or downpours. It does not mean flooding will occur, but it is possible. It will be even more hard to judge the depth of water on a road at night than in the daytime.

"Heavy rain will continue in western CT and come to eastern CT over the next several hours", Meteorologist Mike Cameron said. This is why there are flash flood watches posted.

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The National Weather Service is forecasting some nasty weather into the early part of the week, including periods of heavy rain and strong winds. With the heavy rain, comes the strong winds. Wind this strong can make driving hard, especially for high profile vehicles. Rain will begin to taper off Monday night, the service.

A few more showers are forecast for Monday morning, and the wind will linger. When the wind is this gusty, it can make driving a little tricky, it can cause power outages and minor damage to property. This will allow for cooler air to usher in, likely high peaks will see a snow shower or two. As the kids head out trick-or-treating, the weather should be fairly seasonable in the upper 40s and lower 50s with mainly clear skies.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny, increasing clouds late. By tomorrow afternoon, temperatures should reach the lower and middle 50s.