Pennsylvania – With steady rain going to be staying here in Pennsylvania and the rest of the Appalachian region over the next few days, be prepared to see water levels rise in our local streams and creeks.
That also means that, depending on how fast and heavy the rain falls in some areas, roads that are close to the water could end up getting flooded.
The next dry day is forecasted for Wednesday.
Listen to more information from Doug Hildebrand of Weather Ready Nation.
Puddles can be deeper than you think, and even just a few inches of water can cause hydroplaning or even sweep your car off of the road.
Take it slow. If the road seems flooded, don’t be afraid to turn around or take another route.
The U.S. National Weather Service created a country jingle to warn people of flood dangers:
Posted by AccuWeather on Thursday, July 12, 2018
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