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