SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - A flood watch warning has been issued from this evening through Sunday evening for Middlesex County, according to the National Weather Service.
According to the alert, low-lying flooding is likely where the heaviest rain occurs. Streams, creeks, and rivers could be impacted according to the alert by late Sunday.
"Rain develops this afternoon, and then a prolonged period of heavy rain will overspread the region tonight through Sunday night," the alert adds. "The axis of heaviest rain will fall along the I-95 corridor, where between two and three inches of rain is expected to fall from northern Maryland and Delaware, through southeast Pennsylvania, and into most of New Jersey. "
Anyone living in areas prone to flooding should be prepared, according to the alert.
As of 7:30pm this evening, New Market Avenue, which is prone to flooding, is still open. Stay tuned to all the storm developments by going to Tapinto South Plainfield.