Flooding Threat Continues from the Plains to Great Lakes
The threat for heavy rain continues from the Plains to the western Great Lakes this week. With soils over-saturated and rivers running high, flooding is possible in areas that see showers and thunderstorms again. Flash Flood Watches extend from Kansas to Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
We have upgraded to a ⚠️HIGH⚠️ risk of excessive rainfall for portions of the Upper Mississippi Valley and Upper Midwest. Remember: TURN AROUND DON'T DROWN! pic.twitter.com/vnDJehxbSv
— NWS WPC (@NWSWPC) September 4, 2018
3″ to 6″ of rain may fall in some areas into early Thursday. A slow moving storm system will keep rain in the forecast over the next 24 hours. With high humidity, thunderstorms will dump heavy rainfall once again.
For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Mace Michaels