Heavy rain could lead to flooding thru weekend

Heavy rain could lead to flooding thru weekend

Heavy rain could lead to flooding thru weekend

Although the map doesn't include the northern corner of New Jersey or New York City, those areas are expected to get 1 to 2 inches of rain. The warning was issued after the Grand River Dam Authority opened the flood gates on the Hudson Dam, causing downstream flooding.

Although South Sounders awoke to heavy fog, forecasters promise that skies will clear and temperatures will climb into the 70s for the second time this year.

Sunday, it will be sunny with a high near 77, the weather service said. Flash flooding is already occurring on county roads in southern Moultrie County and more flash flooding is expected.

After that, it appears that we'll be dry through the end of the week, although perhaps with not as much sunshine as we'd all like. In Wyandotte County, the Missouri and Kansas rivers are well below flood stage.

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Temperatures remain on the cool side for the next few days. Any storms that develop before sunset will bring brief heavy rain to the area, the Weather Service said.

The National Weather Service issued flash flood warnings and watches along waterways from eastern Texas north through IN and into northwestern OH as forecasters expected most of the rivers across the U.S. Midwest to crest over the weekend.

Area rivers are forecast to crest early Wednesday morning.

Check back with Arkansas Online for updates as weather continues to affect the state.

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