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Flash Flood Watch in Baltimore City, Washington, Saint Marys, Prince Georges, Frederick, Charles, Carroll, Calvert, Baltimore, Anne Arundel and Allegany counties.
September 28, 2016, 9:21:00 AM to September 30, 2016, 8:00:00 AM

FLOOD WATCH NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BALTIMORE MD/WASHINGTON DC 921 AM EDT WED SEP 28 2016 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA-WASHINGTON-FREDERICK MD-CARROLL- NORTHERN BALTIMORE-SOUTHERN BALTIMORE-PRINCE GEORGES-ANNE ARUNDEL- CHARLES-ST. MARYS-CALVERT-CENTRAL AND EASTERN ALLEGANY- NORTHWEST MONTGOMERY-CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST MONTGOMERY- NORTHWEST HOWARD-CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST HOWARD-NORTHWEST HARFORD- SOUTHEAST HARFORD-SHENANDOAH-FREDERICK VA-PAGE-WARREN-CLARKE- GREENE-MADISON-RAPPAHANNOCK-ORANGE-CULPEPER- PRINCE WILLIAM/MANASSAS/MANASSAS PARK-FAIRFAX- ARLINGTON/FALLS CHURCH/ALEXANDRIA-STAFFORD-SPOTSYLVANIA- KING GEORGE-NORTHERN FAUQUIER-SOUTHERN FAUQUIER-WESTERN LOUDOUN- EASTERN LOUDOUN-NORTHERN VIRGINIA BLUE RIDGE-HAMPSHIRE-MORGAN- BERKELEY-JEFFERSON-HARDY-EASTERN MINERAL- INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...WASHINGTON...HAGERSTOWN...FREDERICK... BALLENGER CREEK...ELDERSBURG...WESTMINSTER...REISTERSTOWN... COCKEYSVILLE...BALTIMORE...BOWIE...SUITLAND-SILVER HILL... CLINTON...COLLEGE PARK...GREENBELT...LAUREL...CAMP SPRINGS... GLEN BURNIE...ANNAPOLIS...SEVERN...SOUTH GATE...SEVERNA PARK... ARNOLD...ODENTON...ST. CHARLES...WALDORF...LEXINGTON PARK... CALIFORNIA...CHESAPEAKE BEACH...HUNTINGTOWN...DUNKIRK... NORTH BEACH...LUSBY...PRINCE FREDERICK...CUMBERLAND... GERMANTOWN...DAMASCUS...BETHESDA...ROCKVILLE...GAITHERSBURG... SILVER SPRING...LISBON...COLUMBIA...ELLICOTT CITY... JARRETTSVILLE...ABERDEEN...STRASBURG...WOODSTOCK... MOUNT JACKSON...NEW MARKET...WINCHESTER...LURAY...SHENANDOAH... STANLEY...FRONT ROYAL...BERRYVILLE...STANARDSVILLE...MADISON... ORANGE...GORDONSVILLE...CULPEPER...DALE CITY...MANASSAS... WOODBRIDGE...LAKE RIDGE...MONTCLAIR...RESTON...HERNDON... ANNANDALE...CENTREVILLE...CHANTILLY...MCLEAN...FRANCONIA... ARLINGTON...ALEXANDRIA...FALMOUTH...FREDERICKSBURG...DAHLGREN... WARRENTON...TURNBULL...PURCELLVILLE...LEESBURG...ASHBURN... STERLING...BIG MEADOWS...ROMNEY...PAW PAW...MARTINSBURG... CHARLES TOWN...SHEPHERDSTOWN...MOOREFIELD...ANTIOCH...KEYSER... NEW CREEK...RIDGEVILLE...RUSSELLDALE...HEADSVILLE...FORT ASHBY 921 AM EDT WED SEP 28 2016 ...FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM LATE TONIGHT THROUGH FRIDAY MORNING... THE FLASH FLOOD WATCH CONTINUES FOR * PORTIONS OF MARYLAND...THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA...VIRGINIA AND WEST VIRGINIA...INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING AREAS...IN MARYLAND... ANNE ARUNDEL...CALVERT...CARROLL...CENTRAL AND EASTERN ALLEGANY...CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST HOWARD...CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST MONTGOMERY...CHARLES...FREDERICK MD...NORTHERN BALTIMORE...NORTHWEST HARFORD...NORTHWEST HOWARD...NORTHWEST MONTGOMERY...PRINCE GEORGES...SOUTHEAST HARFORD...SOUTHERN BALTIMORE...ST. MARYS AND WASHINGTON. THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. IN VIRGINIA...ARLINGTON/FALLS CHURCH/ALEXANDRIA... CLARKE...CULPEPER...EASTERN LOUDOUN...FAIRFAX...FREDERICK VA... GREENE...KING GEORGE...MADISON...NORTHERN FAUQUIER...NORTHERN VIRGINIA BLUE RIDGE...ORANGE...PAGE...PRINCE WILLIAM/MANASSAS/MANASSAS PARK...RAPPAHANNOCK...SHENANDOAH... SOUTHERN FAUQUIER...SPOTSYLVANIA...STAFFORD...WARREN AND WESTERN LOUDOUN. IN WEST VIRGINIA...BERKELEY...EASTERN MINERAL...HAMPSHIRE...HARDY...JEFFERSON AND MORGAN. * FROM LATE TONIGHT THROUGH FRIDAY MORNING. * AN UPPER LEVEL LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL LINGER OVER THE OHIO VALLEY FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS...RESULTING IN SIGNIFICANT MOISTURE TRANSPORT INTO THE MID-ATLANTIC. PERIODS OF HEAVY RAINFALL ARE ANTICIPATED TONIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY NIGHT ACROSS THE CENTRAL MID-ATLANTIC. THE PERIOD OF GREATEST RAIN RATES IS EXPECTED LATE TONIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY AFTERNOON. * WIDESPREAD RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF 3 TO 5 INCHES ARE EXPECTED WITH LOCALIZED HIGHER TOTALS IN AREAS OF REPEATED ACTIVITY. ADDITIONALLY...EASTERN SLOPES OF MOUNTAINS SUCH AS THE NORTHERN BLUE RIDGE AND CATOCTIN MOUNTAIN ALSO HAVE AN INCREASED RISK FOR HIGHER RAIN TOTALS. * POTENTIAL EXISTS FOR FLASH FLOODING OF SMALL STREAMS...CREEKS AND URBAN AREAS...ESPECIALLY IN AREAS OF REPEATED ACTIVITY. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... A FLASH FLOOD WATCH MEANS THAT CONDITIONS MAY DEVELOP THAT LEAD TO FLASH FLOODING. FLASH FLOODING IS A VERY DANGEROUS SITUATION. YOU SHOULD MONITOR LATER FORECASTS AND BE PREPARED TO TAKE ACTION SHOULD FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS BE ISSUED.

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