The National Weather Service is continuing a flash flood watch through Sunday morning for Orange County because storms are expected during the weekend and waterways are already at high-water levels because of previous rainfalls.

The weather service listed a number of counties in southeastern New York in its flash flood watch, including Orange, Rockland, Putnam and Westchester counties, and all five of the New York City counties. Parts of southern Connecticut and northeast New Jersey are also included in the flash flood watch.

The weather service said since more storms are expected, and the watch areas have received 2-5 inches of rainfall since the beginning of August, river basins in the Lower Hudson Valley, northeastern New Jersey and southwestern Connecticut are particularly vulnerable to

flash flooding. said thunderstorms are in the forecast for the mid-Hudson through Tuesday. It’ll be humid, with daytime highs in the high 70s and low 80s and nighttime lows in the mid-60s.