Watch out for flash flooding in the central Appalachians

There is a stretch of of the US, generally from the Chesapeake southeast through the central Appalachians, which remains under a slight risk for today. That area will shift only a bit to the southeast tomorrow, and will bring some steady rain along the way. Already, parts of Maryland are being monitored for flash flooding.

The mid-Atlantic has seen a little bit of rough weather of late, and it’s mounting. Heavy downpours are a bit more apt to cause flooding, and that appears to be the situation tonight.

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