By Molly Daly

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — On this five year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, we’re in for a one-two severe weather punch, but NOT on the order of that destructive superstorm.

A flash flood watch is in effect, followed by a wind advisory overnight.

READ MORE: James Douglas Rahm Jr., Of Atlantic City, Charged After Allegedly Claiming He Urinated In Nancy Pelosi's Office During Capitol Riot

CBS3 Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram says, first comes about one-to-three inches of rain throughout the day.

“We could even see even higher amounts than that, especially east of I-95, east of Philadelphia, and even points north, where we could pick up upwards of four, even five inches,” she said.

READ MORE: FDA Advisers Endorse Emergency Use For Johnson & Johnson's One-Dose COVID-19 Vaccine

You might want to bring in the Halloween decorations, because that rain will be followed by high winds overnight and into Monday.

“We could see wind gusts upwards of 40 to even 50 miles per hour,” said Ingram.

But, she says, after the tricky weather, we’re in for a treat.

MORE NEWS: Philadelphia School District Parents 'Not Surprised' Return To In-Person Learning For Some Students Delayed Again

“Temperatures are going to feel more seasonable, kind of like Fall should for this time of year. Even on Halloween, you can look for a high temperature right around 60 degrees,” Ingram said.