Pockets of heavy rain have been falling with a stalled front in the Southeast over the last several days. Some areas have seen more than 3″. The persistent rain has created a threat for flooding in areas with over-saturated soils.
Flash Flood Watches extend across portions of six states in the Southeast. Isolated storms, some severe, will produce rainfall totals in excess of 3″.
A persistent flow of high humidity from the Gulf of Mexico continues across the Southeast. As weak upper level Jet Stream energy moves over the stationary front, more storms will develop.
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