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Flood Watch in the Highlands and NRV

A Flood Watch is in effect on Sunday, September 10th from noon until midnight. Showers on Sunday add rain to an environment primed with water thanks to three previous days of rain. The flood threat is more limited than it was on Saturday.

Accumulations between 0.25 and 0.5 inches are common

Accumulations between 0.25 and 0.5 inches are common

Rain from the past three days means we are at a greater risk of flooding

Rain from the past three days means we are at a greater risk of flooding

The flood risk is much lower on Sunday than it was on Saturday

The flood risk is much lower on Sunday than it was on Saturday

The storm risk is also noticeably lower. Severe storms steer clear of us despite our afternoon showers. Some rumbles of thunder are possible, but damaging wind gusts are unlikely.

Severe storms are well to our west today

Severe storms are well to our west today

If you have any flooding pictures to share be sure to send them to our Pin It page. That’s the best way to get them to us and get them on the air.

Take any photos safely and carefully

Take any photos safely and carefully

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Source: WSLS News 10

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