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For anyone who was hoping the washed-out weekend marked the end of the soggy misery across New Jersey, there's some bad news: More rain is on the way. And, just like the rain that fell the past two days, it could be heavy at times. That's what the National...

Drenched: N.J. rainfall totals, county by county

For anyone who was hoping the washed-out weekend marked the end of the soggy misery across New Jersey, there's some bad news: More rain is on the way. And, just like the rain that fell the past two days, it could be heavy at times. That's what the National...

Drenched: N.J. rainfall totals, county by county

For anyone who was hoping the washed-out weekend marked the end of the soggy misery across New Jersey, there's some bad news: More rain is on the way. And, just like the rain that fell the past two days, it could be heavy at times.

That's what the National Weather Service is predicting, as a pesky mass of warm and humid air that has been stuck over the Garden State since Saturday is taking its time to move away. 

"There's a frontal boundary that's kind of stalled out and meandering around the area," said Lee Robertson, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service's regional forecast office in Mount Holly.

As a result, rain showers and thunderstorms will continue to develop Sunday night, Monday morning and into Monday evening, Robertson said. Although there could be a break in the precipitation at times, it could quickly start up again and pick up in intensity.

State of emergency lifted in Princeton area

With the threat of heavy downpours adding to the 4 to 6 inches of rain that has already fallen over parts of Central New Jersey, flash flooding can develop and make driving dangerous on saturated roads, the weather service said. A flash flood watch is in effect for seven counties through 11 p.m. Monday: Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Morris, Somerset, Sussex and Warren.

Even though the alert doesn't include other counties at this time, Robertson noted heavy downpours can develop over any part of New Jersey now through Monday night. One area not in the flash flood watch zone is central Ocean County, where 5 to 6 inches of rain fell during a few hours on Sunday morning.

RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS N.J.

Here's a look at the rainfall totals from Saturday and Sunday across the state, as reported by the National Weather Service, the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network, and the New Jersey Weather & Climate Network at Rutgers University. (Note: Every town in the state does not have a weather monitoring station, and some stations have not yet reported their updated rainfall totals for Sunday. So some of the totals below can actually be higher.)

ATLANTIC COUNTY
Estell Manor: 0.80 inches
Folsom:   0.70 inches
Linwood: 0.62 inches
Egg Harbor Twp: 0.52 inches
Buena Vista Twp: 0.34 inches
Port Republic: 0.31 inches
Hammonton:   0.10 inches

BERGEN COUNTY
Oakland: 2.35 inches
River Vale: 0.75 inches
River Edge: 0.69 inches
Saddle Brook: 0.63 inches
Tenafly: 0.50 inches
North Arlington: 0.48 inches
Palisades Park: 0.38 inches

BURLINGTON COUNTY
Evesham: 1.28 inches
Tabernacle: 0.96 inches
Cinnaminson: 0.79 inches
Medford Lakes: 0.71 inches
Woodland: 0.50 inches
Mount Laurel: 0.32 inches
Moorestown: 0.24 inches
Hainesport: 0.17 inches
Medford: 0.07 inches

CAMDEN COUNTY
Berlin Twp: 0.66 inches
Winslow Twp: 0.61 inches
Woodbine: 0.31 inches
Mount Ephraim: 0.28 inches
Merchantville: 0.24 inches
Sea Isle City: 0.20 inches

CAPE MAY COUNTY
Woodbine: 0.64 inches
Sea Isle City: 0.52 inches
Ocean City: 0.46 inches
Dennis Twp: 0.38 inches
Wildwood Crest: 0.02 inches

CUMBERLAND COUNTY
Fairfield Twp. 0.45 inches
Upper Deerfield 0.27 inches

ESSEX COUNTY
West Caldwell 1.10 inches
Maplewood 0.81 inches
Verona 0.75 inches

GLOUCESTER COUNTY
Monroe Twp: 0.81 inches
Elk Twp: 0.56 inches
Franklin Twp: 0.47 inches
Washington Twp: 0.43 inches
Pitman: 0.38 inches
East Greenwich: 0.30 inches

HUDSON COUNTY
Kearny: 0.92
Harrison: 0.44

HUNTERDON COUNTY
Flemington: 7.46 inches
Readington: 6.76 inches
Pittstown: 5.05 inches
Kingwood: 4.80 inches
Lebanon: 2.66 inches
Frenchtown: 2.20 inches
Franklin Twp: 2.04 inches
Union Twp: 2.03 inches
Branchburg: 1.98 inches
Clinton Twp: 1.81 inches
Lambertville: 1.72 inches
Bethlehem: 1.31 inches
Holland Twp: 1.16 inches
Glen Gardner: 0.71 inches
Hampton: 0.27 inches

MERCER COUNTY
Princeton: 7.23 inches
Lawrence Twp: 3.85 inches
Ewing: 2.65 inches
Hopewell: 1.71 inches
Pennington: 1.17 inches
Robbinsville: 0.73 inches
Trenton: 0.55 inches
Hamilton Twp: 0.37 inches

MIDDLESEX COUNTY
Plainsboro: 5.75 inches
Deans: 5.54 inches
South Brunswick: 5.03 inches
North Brunswick: 4.90 inches
New Brunswick: 3.67 inches
East Brunswick: 3.09 inches
Old Bridge: 2.91 inches
South River: 2.45 inches
Cranbury Twp: 2.20 inches
Piscataway: 2.17 inches
Helmetta: 1.65 inches
Woodbridge: 1.07 inches
Edison: 1.03 inches
South Plainfield: 0.78 inches

MONMOUTH COUNTY
Howell: 2.71 inches
Matawan: 2.37 inches
Keyport: 2.14 inches
Long Branch: 1.68 inches
Ocean Twp: 1.50 inches
Rumson: 1.17 inches
Brielle: 1.07 inches
Red Bank: 0.95 inches
Colts Neck: 0.78 inches
Eatontown: 0.71 inches
Middletown: 0.67 inches
Upper Freehold: 0.55 inches

MORRIS COUNTY
Jefferson: 3.14 inches
Boonton: 2.50 inches
Denville: 2.33 inches
Morris Twp: 2.15 inches
Riverdale: 2.08 inches
Long Hill Twp: 1.86 inches
Rockaway Twp: 1.69 inches
Chester Twp: 1.41 inches
Mendham Twp: 1.31 inches
Madison: 1.30 inches
Mendham: 1.14 inches
Rockaway: 1.10 inches
Randolph: 1.06 inches
Mount Olive: 0.95 inches
Mine Hill: 0.90 inches
Florham Park: 0.84 inches
Chatham: 0.78 inches
Washington Twp: 0.59 inches

OCEAN COUNTY
Toms River: 6.55 inches*
Berkeley Twp: 6.28 inches
Ocean County Airport: 5.59 inches
Forked River: 5.38 inches
Pine Beach: 3.50 inches
Whiting: 3.50 inches
Lanka Harbor: 2.50 inches
Harvey Cedars: 2.01 inches
Lakehurst: 2.00 inches
Jackson: 1.63 inches
Lavallette: 1.30 inches
Point Pleasant Beach: 1.17 inches
Brick Twp: 1.05 inches
Manchester :0.96 inches
Little Egg Harbor: 0.79 inches
Stafford: 0.56 inches
Lacey Twp: 0.46 inches
*Note: The Toms River rainfall total was reported by AccuWeather

PASSAIC COUNTY
Ringwood: 3.38 inches
Bloomingdale: 2.45 inches
Wayne: 1.62 inches
Hawthorne: 1.11 inches
Little Falls: 1.07 inches

SALEM COUNTY
Pittsgrove: 0.81 inches
Pennsville: 0.48 inches
Woodstown: 0.34 inches

SOMERSET COUNTY
Franklin Twp: 2.60 inches
Middlebush: 2.53 inches
Hillsborough: 2.43 inches
Martinsville: 2.31 inches
Montgomery: 2.17 inches
Hillsborough: 2.10 inches
Manville: 1.86 inches
Bernards Twp: 1.70 inches
Somerville: 1.66 inches
Peapack-Gladstone: 1.62 inches
Bridgewater: 0.98 inches
Bedminster: 0.89 inches
Branchburg: 0.17 inches

SUSSEX COUNTY
Andover: 2.20 inches
Hardyston: 2.15 inches
Fredon Twp: 1.87 inches
Montague: 1.70 inches
Franklin: 1.49 inches
Wantage: 0.83 inches
Vernon: 0.30 inches

UNION COUNTY
New Providence: 0.96 inches
Cranford: 0.66 inches

WARREN COUNTY
Greenwich: 0.94 inches
Franklin Twp: 0.91 inches
Washington: 0.68 inches
Hackettstown: 0.52 inches

Len Melisurgo may be reached at LMelisurgo@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @LensReality or like him on Facebook. Find NJ.com on Facebook.

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