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Steady widespread rain keeps a Flash Flood Watch in effect across much of the Midstate through this evening. Heavy rain is expected at times, especially... [Read More]
From Monday morning until Wednesday afternoon, Louisville is under a flash flood watch due to heavy amounts of rain that started this past weekend.      ... [Read More]
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The main concern on Monday and Tuesday will be the potential for locally heavy rainfall. Southerly winds will bring up moisture from the Gulf of... [Read More]
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Keep the rain gear handy for the next few days with more showers expected into Wednesday. A Flash Flood Watch is out for much of... [Read More]
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The rain will stay with us today, but it won't be as widespread or heavy as what we experienced over the weekend. The Flash Flood... [Read More]
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Thanks to the clouds and rain, the high temperature will only reach 71 degrees. [Read More]
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Multiple rounds of rain showers and thunderstorms will lead to more flooding issues through Wednesday. [Read More]
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Because of additional rain moving in following the wet weekend the National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for most of Middle Tennessee... [Read More]
Flash Flood Watch: Monroe, Western Greenbrier, Mercer and 2 more areas until 10:00 AM... [Read More]
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The National Weather Service issued a flood advisory Sunday for Davidson, Rutherford, Williamson and central Wilson counties until 2 p.m.        ... [Read More]
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Limited tornado risk for Monday... [Read More]
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The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch Sunday afternoon until Monday at 7 p.m. for Wilson County and most of Middle Tennessee. ... [Read More]
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A Flash Flood Watch will be in effect for central Kentucky through Wednesday afternoon. [Read More]
Flash Flood Watch: Mingo, Clay, Northwest Raleigh and 39 more areas until 6:45 AM... [Read More]
(WVVA) A Flash Flood Watch is in effect through 6:00am Monday for Mercer, Monroe, Summers, Greenbrier, Wyoming, Raleigh, Fayette and Pocahontas counties. [Read More]
Flash Flood Watch: Monroe, Western Greenbrier, Mercer and 2 more areas until 3:15 AM... [Read More]
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We are dealing with rounds of showers and storms rolling across our part of the world. This action is going to increase over the next... [Read More]
Flash Flood Watch: Monroe, Western Greenbrier, Mercer and 2 more areas until 10:00 PM... [Read More]
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don't do that." Although severe weather could potentially develop at any time, Foster said that the greatest risk is for this afternoon and tonight.... [Read More]
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(WVVA) A Flash Flood Watch is in effect through late Sunday night for Mercer, Monroe, Summers, Greenbrier, Wyoming, Raleigh, Fayette and Pocahontas... [Read More]
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