Rain dripped through subway platforms, flooded underpasses and led to flight cancellations after a potent storm hit New York City over the weekend and early this week.
While a severe weather outbreak is not anticipated, the potential for locally damaging storms will progress from Texas to Florida into Monday.
As cleanup continues following devastating flooding and mudslides last weekend, the Hawaiian Islands will face another round of heavy rainfall to end the week.
A storm is projected to take a tour of the southern United States with beneficial rain, localized flooding and isolated severe thunderstorms along the way spanning late this week to early next week.
The same system that dropped more than 3 inches of rain in New York City will move on to New England to bother those in town for the Boston Marathon.
Torrential rains triggered severe flooding and landslides across the Hawaiian island of Kauai from Saturday into Sunday.
The storm that brought destructive thunderstorms to the south-central United States on Friday and the Deep South on Saturday will take aim at the Southeast into Sunday night.