Heavy rain along a cold front will move in from the west after midnight.
With much-needed rain trucking toward Maine, flooding is highly possible, according to the National Weather Service.
In the Asheville area, about three quarters to an inch of rain is possible Tuesday.
The watch is in effect until 6 a.m. Wednesday morning. With more rainfall, localized flooding could develop.
High temperatures stay around average with most of us reaching the low to mid 70s.
It’s a murky, mild, muggy morning with a few light showers out there.
The storm will usher in a weather pattern change that will likely result in a rain weekend as well.
A very dry September is about to have a very wet ending. Up to three inches of rain has already fallen.
Even though small streams and river beds are low, Kistner said the amount of rain expected in a short period of time could send water over the banks. N/NE winds sustained 20 miles per hour will gust stronger and continue to strengthen. Communities in Plum Island, Revere, Situate, Plymouth and Sandwich should be on alert for beach erosion-starting tomorrow but continuing through the Friday afternoon high tide.