Flood Potential Outlook
Issued by NWS Jackson, KY

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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Jackson KY
415 AM EST Sun Jan 22 2017

...Flooding Possible Early In The Week...

A strong and slow moving low pressure system will track across the
Tennessee Valley tonight, and into the mid-Atlantic coast by
Monday evening. This system may bring heavy rainfall of as much
as two inches to the area, with the heaviest rain most likely to
occur near the Virginia border. Most of the rain will fall from
late tonight into Monday, with a gradual west to east diminishment
expected late Monday and Monday night. Given the saturated ground
from recent rainfall, most of this precipitation will runoff.
This would lead to a threat of minor flooding. Those with concerns
in low lying areas should look for later forecast updates.

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HAL/Geogerian



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