Flash Flood Threat Will Increase Markedly From Southeast Louisiana to Florida Panhandle This Evening, Overnight

The threat for flash flooding is going to markedly increase across Southeast Louisiana, Southern Mississippi and Alabama, and the Florida Panhandle this evening and overnight.

Rain bands are going to continue to develop on the east side of Harvey and swing across areas from Southeast Louisiana to the Western Florida Panhandle, producing torrential rainfall.

Rainfall rates of 3″ an hour are expected, along with additional rainfall accumulations of 6 – 8 inches, with locally higher accumulations where bands of rain or individual storms move repeatedly across the same locations.


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