Flash flood watch extended through Wednesday for Williamsburg region | Williamsburg

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There are many at the moment, and more are possible as the rain continues for another day. 2 to 4 inches of rain are possible between Wednesday night and Thursday morning and may flood streets.

With creeks already flooding roads in some communities over the weekend and more rain on the way Monday, forecasters are sounding the alarm for a "significant risk of flash flooding today into Wednesday" for the Washington and Baltimore metro area.

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In Raleigh, there will be a 70 percent chance for rain Tuesday with the chance for some storms that could be severe by late afternoon or evening.

Through Wednesday, showers and thunderstorms with very heavy rainfall rates are likely. Rain chances will come down slightly by the end of the week. Friday another weak front tries to slip through the area.

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Thursday morning will be mainly dry with some spot showers, although the city is forecast to face strong humidity until the weekend. There's a tiny chance for a couple thunderstorms Saturday, but there should be a decent amount of dry time. More heavy downpours are a possibility, so it's possible some smaller concerns for flooding return early next week. Temperatures reach the lower to middle 80s on both days and the mugginess continues.

Quarter-sized hail and 60 miles per hour winds are possible with this storm. Highs will remain below average in the upper 70s to low 80s under mostly cloudy skies.

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