Flash flood watch extended through Wednesday for Williamsburg region | Williamsburg

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Severe-weather warning extended to Broward County

The overall chance for rain is 70 percent.

The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for most of southeastern North Carolina through early Wednesday morning. Most of the rain is expected during the afternoon hours. This evening showers and a few thunderstorms threaten. Then Tuesday will be mostly cloudy, with a high near 83, and a warm front will bring another chance of showers and thunderstorms in the middle of the week, forecasters said.

While we shouldn't see tremendously heavy rainfall, the weather service says there is the potential for damaging winds and large hail Friday afternoon and evening.

Some areas of the state are expected to push near 90 Friday, but low temperatures Friday night will be cooler, in the high 60s or low 70s.

"We could see some downed trees or some localized flooding in areas", said Wilmoth. There's a chance of rain and storms from Monday through Thursday. He predicts a short parting of the storm Thursday afternoon. Temperatures are in the lower 80s Monday with showers likely.

Tuesday: Gray with showers and storms.

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Prince William fire and rescue officials reported nine people were rescued from flood waters on Saturday.

Motorists who encounter flooded roads should turn around, as most flood deaths occur in vehicles. Rain chances will come down slightly by the end of the week.

Flooding conditions have suspended MTA service from Patapsco to Cromwell and BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport stations.

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A bit more than 1,800 Dominion customers were without power in Northern Virginia, most of those were in Fairfax County.

Power companies have been working throughout the night to restore power to affected homes.

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