Flood Watch in Effect through Friday Morning

A Flood Watch is in effect for Fairfax County and surrounding areas through Friday morning.

The National Weather Service says flooding is possible based on current forecasts. Here’s more from the alert:

Periods of rainfall will continue to occur through early Friday. The heaviest rainfall potential will begin this afternoon and continue into this evening. Storm total rainfall amounts through Friday morning are expected to range between 1 and 2 inches with isolated amounts near 3 inches possible.

Flooding of poor drainage and low lying areas will be possible, and some smaller streams and rivers may exceed their banks.

Residents should continue to monitor the weather for later forecasts.

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