Published: Mon, September 10, 2018
Science | By Patricia Jimenez

Most of OH under flood watches as remnants of Gordon move in

Most of OH under flood watches as remnants of Gordon move in

A flash flood watch is in effect through 11 p.m. along the Interstate 95 corridor, including in Baltimore, southern Baltimore County, and Howard and Anne Arundel counties. Expect heavy rain and storms to ramp up with some stronger storms on the table Sunday afternoon, especially in eastern Kentucky.

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A Flood Watch continues for McKean and Potter counties in northern PA from 8pm Saturday evening through Monday evening. As much as 6 inches of rain are expected to fall in some areas of the state, particularly along the Interstate 44 corridor.

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Flooding of low-lying areas and poor drainage areas can be expected, according to the NWS. Ponding on area roadways is possible everywhere, including during the Monday morning commute.

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Sunday, we will start off in the 50s with highs warming into the mid-70s. The additional lift created by the low pressure will aid in more widespread rain and increase the rainfall rates. It may prevent that tropical moisture from heading too far north and could potentially limit rainfall totals further north and over the Niagara Frontier. The Niagara Frontier should see totals ranging from half an inch to a little over an inch. However, widespread clouds will keep temperatures below normal. Cooling is expected throughout the day, to the lower 60s by evening.

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