From the ABC 7 Weather team

Isolated areas of flooding possible in the D.C. area

August 15, 2011 - 05:39 PM
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Showers and storms will continue to be possible through tonight.

6:25pm Update

Heavy storms continue over Southern Maryland while a few isolated storms have popped up along I-66 just northwest of Manassas. Two other storms have formed over Burke in Fairfax and over Oxon Hill. These storms will move very slowly to the southeast.

6:01pm Update

The Flash Flood Warning has been cancelled for Prince Georges County. Heavy showers and storms are still popping up across the region and will continue to spin through during the evening and overnight hours as this main area of low pressure continues to sit over the Mid Atlantic.  In the past 3 days, Barnesville, MD has received 3.14" of rain, Silver Spring, MD 2.94", Waldorf, MD 2.93" and Morningside, MD 2.70".

5:39pm Update

A Flash Flood Warning continues until 7:30pm for Central Prince Georges County in Maryland.  Morningside, MD has reported 1.28 inches of rain so far today and Camp Springs received 1.44" from one storm so isolated areas of high water are possible. Here is the warning.

Numerous other showers and storms are across the Mid Atlantic and will have the potential to push through D.C. through tonight. Be sure to stay with our Live Super Doppler Radar before heading out tonight.

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