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Weekend Flood Watch

Rockland County, Mar 5 — The National Weather Service in has issued a flood watch through 4a Monday for Northeast NJ and Rockland County. Possible flooding Sunday as a low pressure develops along an approaching cold front near the tri-state area Sunday.

This storm will produce a period of heavy rain across the region with one to two inches of rain expected Sunday into Sunday night.

The heaviest rain is expected to fall during the afternoon and early evening hours. Minor urban and poor drainage flooding is possible due to the heavy rain.

Should a widespread rainfall in excess of two inches occur, flooding can be expected on the Ramapo river.

A flood watch means there is a potential for flooding based on current forecasts. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be prepared to take action should flooding develop.

Source: National Weather Service

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