Remnants from Tropical Storm Gordon is sure living up to its potential over the last 36 hours. Places across Pennsylvania have already received 3 to 6 inches of rainfall. Just about everywhere in the state is under some sort Flash Flood Warning/Watch or Flood Watch. Take a look below at the latest advisories issued by the National Weather Service:
Heavy, soaking rain will continue throughout the afternoon and evening hours. The rain will remain steady well into the early morning hours Monday. Below is a look at the future radar valid for 9:00 PM tonight:
Central and Western Pennsylvania continue to be the areas that are expected to be hit the worst by the rain through tomorrow. Many of these areas have already received 3 to 6 inches of rain like we mentioned earlier. These same areas could receive close to double what they already saw leading to more flooding.
EXPECTED ADDITIONAL RAINFALL:
Area A: Locations in this area have the best chance to receive 4 or more inches of additional rainfall leading to the greatest risk of flash flooding through Monday.
Area B: 2 to 4 inches of additional rainfall is expected in this area through Monday which will likely lead to flash flooding.
Area C: Up to 2 inches of additional rain is expected through Monday. Additional flooding is possible in this area.
For those wondering, Hurricane Florence updates will start back up tomorrow.
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