Wet day ahead; Flood Watch in Wilkes, Surry counties
Flood warnings and watches up for our northwestern counties on Monday.
Ashe, Alleghany and Wilkes counties are under a Flood Warning until 1:15 p.m. Use caution when driving to and from work, as roads will be slippery.
Surry County is also included in a Flood Watch that will be in effect until midnight.
Showers aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. We have a very wet forecast through Wednesday and temperatures will stay in the mid- to upper-60′s.
Total rainfall for the week is going to be between 1″ and 1 1/2″ in the Piedmont and 2″ or more over the mountains and foothills.Submit Your Photo
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