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Flood Advisories for the Region

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Last updated: Saturday, November 3, 2018 9:26 AM

Flash Flood/Coastal Flood Watches
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New Hampshire and Maine


Flood Watch

Flood Watch
National Weather Service Gray ME
808 AM EDT Sat Nov 3 2018


Interior York-Interior Cumberland-Coastal York-Coastal Cumberland-
Northern Grafton-Northern Carroll-Southern Grafton-
Southern Carroll-Sullivan-Merrimack-Belknap-Strafford-Cheshire-
Eastern Hillsborough-Interior Rockingham-Coastal Rockingham-
Western And Central Hillsborough-
Including the cities of Hollis, Alfred, Lebanon, Sanford,
Goodwins Mills, Buxton, Limington, Berwick, New Gloucester, Gray,
North Windham, Gorham, Bridgton, Biddeford, Saco,
Old Orchard Beach, Kittery, Portland, Cape Elizabeth,
South Portland, Westbrook, Yarmouth, Brunswick, Bethlehem,
Lincoln, Littleton, Sugar Hill, Thornton, Waterville Valley,
Woodstock, Jackson, North Conway, Albany, Conway, Chatham,
Crawford Notch, Lyme, Ashland, Ellsworth, Holderness, Plymouth,
Rumney, Wakefield, Bridgewater, Brookfield, Ossipee, Tuftonboro,
Wolfeboro, Moultonborough, Claremont, Cornish, Unity, Croydon,
Goshen, Grantham, Lempster, Newport, Charlestown, Boscawen,
Canterbury, Concord, Dunbarton, Loudon, Hooksett, Laconia,
Gilford, Meredith, Barrington, Rochester, Dover, Rollinsford,
Somersworth, Durham, Madbury, Gilsum, Keene, Marlow, Sullivan,
Surry, Jaffrey, Manchester, Pelham, Nashua, Salem, Atkinson,
Newton, Plaistow, Chester, Derry, Hampstead, Exeter, Greenland,
Portsmouth, Rye, Hampton, Hampton Falls, North Hampton, Seabrook,
Amherst, Milford, Mont Vernon, Goffstown, Peterborough, Sharon,
and Weare
808 AM EDT Sat Nov 3 2018


The Flood Watch continues for

* Portions of Maine and New Hampshire, including the following
areas, in Maine, Coastal Cumberland, Coastal York, Interior
Cumberland, and Interior York. In New Hampshire, Belknap,
Cheshire, Coastal Rockingham, Eastern Hillsborough, Interior
Rockingham, Merrimack, Northern Carroll, Northern Grafton,
Southern Carroll, Southern Grafton, Strafford, Sullivan, and
Western And Central Hillsborough.

* Until noon EDT today

* Very heavy rainfall continues across much of the area this
morning. It will quickly come to an end from southwest to
northeast through noon.

* Urban areas will see flooding, as well as poor drainage and
low lying areas. Rivers will rise to near minor flood stage.


A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
current forecasts.

You should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible
Flood Warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be
prepared to take action should flooding develop.






Flash Flood Watch

Flood Watch
National Weather Service Boston/Norton MA
353 AM EDT Sat Nov 3 2018

Hartford CT-Tolland CT-Windham CT-Western Franklin MA-
Eastern Franklin MA-Western Hampshire MA-Western Hampden MA-
Eastern Hampshire MA-Eastern Hampden MA-
Including the cities of Hartford, Windsor Locks, Union, Vernon,
Putnam, Willimantic, Charlemont, Greenfield, Orange,
Chesterfield, Blandford, Amherst, Northampton, and Springfield
353 AM EDT Sat Nov 3 2018


The National Weather Service in Boston/Norton has expanded the

* Flash Flood Watch to include portions of northern Connecticut
and western Massachusetts, including the following areas, in
northern Connecticut, Hartford, Tolland, and Windham. In
western Massachusetts, Franklin, Hampden, and Hampshire.

* Until 10 AM EDT this morning

* Rain heavy at times through mid morning will yield 1 to 3
inches of rainfall with a low risk of isolated amounts up to 4
inches. Rainfall of this magnitude over a short period of time
may result in localized flash flooding in the watch area.


A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.

You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action
should Flash Flood Warnings be issued.







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