The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch in effect from 2 p.m. Friday until Saturday afternoon for Philadelphia, South Jersey, eastern Maryland and DE, too. The Baltimore area is in for an average of between two and three inches of rain, with the potential for up to six inches in localized areas, according to the National Weather Service.
Lehigh, Northampton and Warren counties are forecast to see from 1 inch to 1 3/4 inches of rain through Sunday, the National Weather Service said Thursday.
The heaviest, most widespread rain will arrive late this afternoon and this evening before tapering off by sunrise Saturday.
A flash flood warning until 2:30 p.m. Friday includes communities in and around the cities of Fairfax, Alexandria and Falls Church, as well as southern Arlington County.
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Heavy rain and flash flooding is possible. Streams and creeks that are already running high will be extremely vulnerable should the region pick up these types of amounts later today and tonight.
Saturday: Winds will pick up to almost 20 miles per hour, with rain accumulating between a half and three-quarters of an inch. The ground is still quite wet so the concern for flash flooding is high. Low temperatures will settle in the low to mid-60s with a gusty north wind at 10-15 miles per hour.
Tomorrow (Saturday): The heaviest rain should begin to rotate east of the District by Saturday morning.
We'll have a sunny, mild Sunday.