Flood Warnings in effect for parts of the area

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A Flood Warning is in effect for Adams and York counties until 5:15 P.M.



The heaviest rainfall indicated by the orange and yellow on the radar continues to sit over Adams and York counties.

The National Weather Service in State College, PA has issued a Flood Warning for Adams and York County until 5:15pm. Flooding of several roadways and small streams/creeks is occurring, and it is expected to continue as a batch of heavy rainfall continues to sit over the counties in the warning area. Remember not to drive through roadways that appear to be flooded.

A Flood Warning is also in effect for Yellow Breeches Creek near Camp Hill until 10:30 P.M. Monday. Minor Flooding is forecast. The creek is expected to rise above flood stage by this evening and crest near 8.0 feet after midnight. The creek is expected to fall back below flood stage by Monday afternoon.