(WTXF/AP) - The flood threat we had on Saturday is continuing at least through Sunday.
In the morning, east central New Jersey and other parts of our region got inches of rain because of a storm cell sitting over the area.
There were flood advisories Sunday morning. They've expired for now.
Our weather should be muggy, humid and oppressive for much of the next the next 48 hours.
Sunday's the best weather should be midday. We'll have hazy sunshine.
Then, look for hit-and-miss showers and storms in the afternoon and the evening, but not as widespread as Saturday. Some of them will be slow-moving and flash flooding will be a major concern.
Saturday afternoon, flash flooding hit Mercer County with up to 6 inches of rain around Princeton and West Windsor. There were numerous stranded vehicles and water rescues. Princeton Junction was under water for a time.
Click here to watch how some Mercer County roads flooded quickly on Saturday. West Windsor police say abandoned vehicles from the storm were towed to either Al's Sunoco 799-2252 or Grovers Mill Towing 799-2076. There will be a fee for the towing services.
We could actually have 7 to 10 inches of rain over the next three days.
Click here to watch the detailed FOX 29 Weather Authority forecast.
The FOX 29 Weather Authority alert page has up-to-the-date-information by county.
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To our south, in Maryland, historic, low-lying Ellicott City was ravaged by floodwaters Saturday night, killing at least one person and causing devastating damage to businesses, officials said.