Weather Update: Rain Continues Through Thursday

Storm map, Sept. 29/Weather BellAfter heavy rains and gusty winds overnight, the rain and potential flooding will continue through Thursday.

In Reston, there are many downed branches on roads and sidewalks. There are no major power outages reported.

More than two inches of rain fell overnight, hitting the southern portion of Fairfax County hard. A flood warning remains in effect until 10:45 a.m. for the areas closer to I-95 (Alexandria, Springfield, Burke, Fairfax City and others). Reston remains under a flood watch through Friday.

 

The Capital Weather Gang says and additional three inches of rain will fall today, and Reston may see a total of six inches by the time this front moves away on Friday.

Graphic: Storm front for Sept. 29/Credit: WeatherBell.com

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