Flash Flood Watch Remains in Effect Sunday


6PM Update: Back edge of the steady rain continues to move west to east Sunday evening. A cold front stretching through Iowa will move through the Stateline around Midnight, bringing with it a few more showers. Those won’t last as long as the rain that is coming to end and skies will turn partly cloudy by Monday morning. Here are some of the two day rainfall totals we’ve received so far as of Sunday afternoon.

The entire Stateline remains under a Flash Flood Watch through early Monday morning. Even though flash flooding has not occurred, rivers are high and there has been quite a bit of standing water in ditches, fields and back yards. Rainfall amounts between Saturday and Sunday afternoon have added up to a couple inches in some local spots.

A light, steady rain continues to fall Sunday afternoon but there will be a few pockets of heavier rainfall through Sunday evening. The steady rain will continue through roughly 8pm or 9pm, with scattered activity during the overnight. Areas of fog will be likely as well by Monday morning.

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