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Rain, Flash Flood Watch to Continue Through Evening

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Numerous showers and isolated thunderstorms will continue through this evening. "While rainfall coverage is not expected to be as widespread, there will still be pockets of high intensity rainfall," warns to the National Weather Service. "With the potential for rainfall rates over one half inch per hour, there will continue to be a risk for flash floods and debris flows in the near recently burned areas. The flash flood watch is for these areas only." Across the region, total rainfalls are expected to range from three quarts of an inch to three inches, depending on where you live.