Heavy Rain/Flooding Potential Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday night (Dec. 1, 2010)
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Heavy Rain/Flooding Potential Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday night (Dec. 1, 2010)
A slow moving frontal system will be the focus for widespread heavy rainfall and potential flooding from Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday evening across central Pennsylvania. Most areas will see between one and three inches of rainfall, with locally heavier amounts possible. Flooding of small creeks and streams will become likely in areas which see the 2 to 3" plus amounts. A few strong thunderstorms may even reach as far north as the Lower Susquehanna River Valley on Wednesday morning ahead of the advancing cold front.

In addition, the higher elevations of the Laurel Highlands are expected to see wind gusts in excess of 40 mph at times through tonight.
Heavy Rain and Flooding Potential Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday night
Heavy Rain and Flooding Potential Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday night


 
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