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Tuesday and Wednesday are WYMT Severe Weather Alert Days due to the potential of flash flooding.

A strong and slow moving cold front is rolling across the mountains this evening. Ahead of it stronger storms are popping up that can produce gusty winds, small hail, and heavy rain. However more widespread stead rain is likely tonight into Wednesday morning. This rain combined with the wet pattern over the last few weeks could lead to new rounds of flash flooding.

A Flash Flood Watch is out for most of the region through Wednesday evening. Remember if you come across a flooded roadway to not drive through flood waters. If you live in a flood prone area, you should monitor water levels closely through Wednesday evening.

The good news is that the forecast is not looking quite as active as we go towards the end of the week and weekend. Rain chances on Thursday and Friday are 30%, and 20% for Saturday and Sunday. Temperatures will climb back to to the upper 80s by the weekend.

Keep it with WYMT for the latest on the flooding threat.

Sky Alert Chief Meteorologist
Shane Smith

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