“The main concern is that some of the areas that have been severely affected by devastating and deadly flooding over the past few days may have severe flash flooding again because fewer It takes rain to cause flooding.” Given the saturation of the ground, dangerous flash flooding could occur in these areas. “
According to the National Weather Service, the time frame for the first system is the night of Thursday, July 13, through Friday, July 14, when the frontal system will approach.
Rainfall is likely to be about 1 inch, with localized higher amounts of about 2 inches.
“The strongest thunderstorms during this period are also likely to produce damaging wind gusts,” the weather service said.
This storm pattern is expected to continue through Tuesday, July 18.
Before the first system arrives, Thursday will be partly sunny, hot and humid with highs in the mid-90s again.
The National Weather Service said the storm will arrive overnight, mostly after midnight, through Friday. Some storms bring heavy rain at times.
It will be cloudy all day Friday with temperatures below 80 degrees. The storm system arriving around midday on Friday could produce small hail, wind gusts and heavy rain.
The storm could sometimes persist into Friday evening.
After morning fog, it was partly sunny on Saturday, July 15, with temperatures in the 80s. Showers and thunderstorms are possible during the day and showers possible at night.
Sunday, July 16 will be mostly cloudy with a chance of showers during the day and thunderstorms at night. The maximum temperature will be around 80 degrees.
Monday, July 17 will be dry, sunny and cloudy with highs in the 80s, with more showers and thunderstorms possible next Tuesday.
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