(NECN) - It depends on where you are when it comes to Hurricane Irene, but the south coast of Connecticut is especially vulnerable.
There could be more tornado watches on Sunday.
Hurricane gusts are suspected for the south coast, as is scattered to widespread damage, storm surge flooding for some, flooding rain for many, and battering waves and beach erosion.
Biggest concern is rain and flooding at this point. Travel should be curtailed on Sunday.
There are high wind warnings, flood watches and tornado watches. For the latest on advisories, watch NECN or visit this page.