PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Most of eastern Pennsylvania is under a flood watch as more rain is forecast following heavy precipitation Saturday.
Flood watches were in effect for northeast and southeast Pennsylvania through Monday morning as a total of up to three inches of rain is forecast between Saturday and Sunday night. The National Weather Service warns of possible flooding of small streams and in low-lying areas.
A winter weather advisory is also in effect for northeast Pennsylvania, with up to a tenth of an inch of ice forecast, along with one to two inches of snow and sleet at higher elevations.
The weather service says another inch of rain is possible in southeast Pennsylvania Sunday and that flooding will continue for several hours after the rains end.