Weekend rain showers, threat of flooding – CBS Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – There is a winter weather advisory for Garrett County, Maryland running until 10:00 a.m. with the ability to freeze drizzle and less than an inch of snow in these areas.

A warm front that lifts through the region brings rain showers that end in the early afternoon.

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The second half of the day looks dry, with highs until the mid-50s!

Most areas try to take in only about 1/10 “of rain, or 1/4” at most.

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Our second system arrives on Sunday morning bringing more rain and moderate to heavy rainfall for locations south of I-70.

These spots could receive 1/2 “to 1” of rainfall, and more the further south you go to WV and Western Maryland, some more than 1 “.

With highs close to 60 and the warmer weather from Saturday, flooding is possible.

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There is a flood watch that starts Monday morning and lasts through Monday evening for the Monongahela River at Point Marion and near Charleroi.

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Another flood watch near Elizabeth starts Monday afternoon and lasts through Tuesday morning.

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The first day of meteorological spring is also Monday and it looks like there is a lot of sunshine!

Highs will be in the top 40s and will stay there for much of the week.

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There may be a light shower of rain late Tuesday through early Wednesday and again on Thursday, but the chance is still slim.

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