Storms expected to roll through Saturday night could drop between 1 and 2 inches of rainfall with "locally higher amounts where multiple storms move over the same area", the weather service says.
FORECAST SUMMARY: Off and on heavy rain and storms will impact the area as a slow-moving cold front approaches.
The greatest chance for heavy rain Monday will be in the afternoon and evening hours, Cobb said.
A storm system could bring heavy rain and localized flooding to the Midlands in the early part of the week, according to the National Weather Service. This would lead to some flash flooding issues such as street, creek and possibly river flooding. Rain ramps back up toward the morning commute on Tuesday, with pockets or torrential rain possible. Look for watches and warnings from the National Weather Service.
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We will have some unsettling weather this weekend due to a low pressure now in the Midwest, will move Northeast. There is the potential for a few strong storms with gusty winds that could cause some power interruptions and tree damage.
Some county residents saw nearly 2 inches of rain late Sunday and early Monday. Rainfall totals of 3"-6" will be possible, with isolated higher amounts. Please avoid traveling through flooded roadways.
A Flash Flood Watch goes into effect at 8 p.m. Monday and will last through 2 p.m. Wednesday.