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A cold front will be moving through the Piedmont Saturday afternoon, bringing a good chance for showers and storms, especially in the afternoon and evening.

Flooding is possible throughout the afternoon and evening as the storms move through the area.

A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for Forsyth and Guilford Counties until 12 a.m. on Sunday.

The high of Saturday is 83 with a low of 69.

The storms are projected to lighten up on Sunday after Saturday being a day of heavy rain.

A Flash Flood Watch was in effect on Friday until midnight for multiple local counties, while yesterday’s storms brought flooding to the Piedmont.

The Piedmont has already gotten a lot of rain over the last two days with as much as 6 and a half inches being reported in Davidson County.

Video shot by a FOX8 photographer on Friday showed significant flooding on Old Town Drive in Winston-Salem.

One car got stuck in the floodwaters.

No injuries were reported.