The odds of seeing another significant rain event in Southern New England are quite high for Thursday PM into Friday AM. The storm, which many were hoping would slide south of Southern New England, will come close enough to bring the potential for another inch or more of rainfall. Some of the harder hit areas in SNE could see another two inches of rain on top of what has already been a soggy month.
The potent storm also has the potential to produce severe weather south of center of circulation. Right now, it looks like the severe threat is for the Mid-Atlantic states north to about NYC. If the storm tracks farther north than currently projected, SNE could wind up facing the potential for severe weather in addition to the rain.
At this point, the consensus is for another 1-2″ of rain beginning Thursday afternoon and lasting until, at least, early Friday. It will be breezy and unseasonably cool, with temperatures in the low to mid 50s during the storm.