Rain, storms possible starting tonight through Sunday in Lancaster County

Caroline Beck
May 5, 2017

A flood watch is in effect for most of southeast MI through Friday evening with 1-3 inches of rain expected, according to the National Weather Service in White Lake Township.

A flash flood warning is in effect until 6:15 p.m. for Pulaski County, as well as other portions of central Arkansas. And with an additional 1-3 inches of rain likely through Thursday afternoon, we'll easily eclipse 25 percent of our annual rain totals in just one week. The rain will continue unabated through the night, with temps only dropping slightly from where they are this afternoon.

Tuesday's risk of storms is expected to primarily affect areas along and north of USA 412, according to the weather service.

The National Weather Service posted a "marginal" risk of severe thunderstorms over North Carolina, but data later in the day could change that, the forecasters said. "A gloomy forecast of temperatures below normal and heavy rain of two and a half to three inches is now likely between Wednesday night and Friday".

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Forecasters at AccuWeather are predicting about 1.25 inches of rainfall during that time.

Thursday brings another threat for heavy rain and possibly localized flooding. Temperatures won't get out of the 50s, and a strong west wind will make it feel colder.

(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - Like it or not, more rain is coming to the tri-state Thursday.

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