County Under Flash Flood Watch

The National Weather Service has announced Montgomery County under a Flash Flood Watch from Thursday afternoon until Friday morning.

The county tweeted to be mindful of rain that may cause flooding in the next 24 hours. 

The National Weather Service released a Hazardous Weather Outlook that includes warnings for central and southeast Montgomery County.

The forecast for this afternoon and evening predicts a possible severe storm with strong wind in the Washington and Baltimore Metropolitan areas. 

Areas near and east of Interstate 95 are under a Flash Flood Watch from this afternoon through tonight.

Additionally, the forecast predicts possible severe storms Friday afternoon and evening as well as on Sunday and Monday. Accompanying strong winds pose the greatest hazard.

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Madelyn Willoughby

About Madelyn Willoughby

Madelyn Willoughby is an intern with MyMCMedia and a rising sophomore at the University of Maryland majoring in journalism. She is from northern New Jersey and has always loved to write. She hosts a weekly podcast with friends called In Retrograde and serves as a writer and the assistant social media manager for Her Campus Maryland.

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