First Alert Weather Days: Flash Flood Watch in effect through Friday evening

Rain set to move out early Friday morning

First Alert Weather Days: Flash Flood Watch in effect through Friday evening

RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) - The remnants of Sally bring heavy rain and the potential for localized flooding through Friday.

Updated to include RVA
Updated to include RVA (Source: NBC12)

Areas highlighted in green are included in a Flash Flood Watch. As of 10 p.m., several neighborhoods have already measured upwards of 2-4 inches of rain. Additional rain will be likely through Friday morning which will lead to localized flooding possible.

Lesser amounts will be seen north of Richmond. Heaviest amounts are expected in Southern VA:

From the Weather Prediction Center
From the Weather Prediction Center (Source: WPC)

Remember: Turn Around, Don’t Drown. If you have to be out and about travelling use extra caution.

The good news: Little or no severe weather threat for Virginia.

NC could get severe storms
NC could get severe storms (Source: SPC)

Rain looks to move out of our area by early Friday morning with a few lingering showers possible during the afternoon, mainly east of I-95.

Download the NBC12 First Alert Weather app for updates as we get closer.

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