Soggy Saturday brings flooding concerns

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A summary of what you can expect from Saturday's drenching rain.








Heavy pockets of rain fall from afternoon through evening Saturday.

Rain continues to overspread the region as the morning hours progress. By late morning, the heaviest of the rainfall starts creeping into the region. Between the hours of 10 P.M. Saturday to 2 A.M. Sunday, the rain gradually tapers. Most of the area is dry by daybreak, with the only exception being an isolated shower or two. Total rainfall amounts are still expected to range from 1.5 to 3 inches. Locally heavier amounts are possible.




Rainfall totals ranging from 1 to 3 inches raise flooding concerns through Sunday morning.

Significant water rises are expected to affect poor drainage areas, creeks, and streams. Though river levels will jump as well, flooding of those arteries is not expected at this time. Keep in mind the flooding threat lingers through about noon on Sunday even though we dry out Saturday night. That’s because any flooded roads, creeks, or streams may need time for the excess water to subside.


A Flood Watch remains in effect for the entire region through 2 A.M. Sunday. A Flood Warning goes into effect for the Yellow Breeches Creek at Camp Hill, Cumberland County Sunday morning through Sunday afternoon. Minor flooding is forecasted. Saturday.


Stay with FOX43 for the latest forecast details and updates through the day.

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