Published: Sat, July 28, 2018
Research | By Francis Brooks

Flash flood watch in effect for Cortland County

Flash flood watch in effect for Cortland County

Once again, locally heavy downpours are expected. Localized flooding, strong winds and large hail will be the primary threats. Storms will continue into the plains tonight where additional heavy rains are possible through midnight, especially towards the Nebraska/Kansas border. Wind will continue to crank up from the southeast at 15-20 miles per hour by the afternoon gusting higher than that at points. The overnight low is expected to be near 60.

A funnel cloud was reported near Point Lookout in St. Mary's County, the National Weather Service said.

CANON CITY: High - 83; Low - 61.

That month, Hurricane Connie brought more than 10 inches of rain in three days.

WOODLAND PARK: High - 71; Low - 48.

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Recent showers and thunderstorms are saturating soils, increasing the risk for flooding, forecasters say. Storms will push southeast into the early evening. We are already waking up to widespread rain and storms this morning which will continue into the day.

"We are stuck in this prolonged pattern as moisture will continue to feed right into the region from the south", Storm Team 4 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts said. Readings are in the lower and middle 80s. This evening showers and a few thunderstorms threaten. Flooding along the Spring burn scar looks possible.

As for Eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island, "any decaying storms approaching from the west this evening will have a hard time moving east. can not rule out showers, though, in those areas", forecasters said.

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