Additional rounds of showers and storms are expected through Tuesday morning.
Heavy downpour and urban flooding are possible this weekend in MA, according to the National Weather Service longterm forecast. Lowland and agricultural land throughout the county also experienced flooding. Localized rainfall of one to three inches is likely where this occurs, and combined with the rainfall received this past weekend, this may lead to instances of flash flooding.
A new Flood Watch begins at 8 a.m. for areas south of M-59 because of the heavier morning rain moving in as we speak.
Ponding of water is possible in low lying areas like ditches, culverts and fields. The Okanogan River is expected to rise to more than 21 feet by Saturday, which may flood some homes and farmlands.
The Huron River in Hamburg Township is under a Flood Warning, with the river expected to crest more than a foot above flood stage later tonight.
The river crested late Friday at 13.82 feet, its highest level since 1908, and the second-highest level ever recorded.
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