Flash Flood Warning for Parts of Virginia; 2 Inches of Rain Possible | NBC4 Washington

Flash Flood Warning for Parts of Virginia; 2 Inches of Rain Possible

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    Flash flood warnings were in effect for parts of Culpeper, Fauquier and Rappahannock counties Thursday night, with two inches or more of rain possible in a short period of time.

    The warning was in effect in Culpeper Countil until 10:45 p.m., and in Fauquier and Rappahannock counties until 10:15 pm. 

    There were no weather alerts for the region by 11 p.m. 

    Flooding may close some roads. 

    A front moved through the region Thursday late afternoon and evening. The main threat is flooding due to downpours, with a smaller chance of damaging winds, according to Storm Team4. There was no real risk of hail or tornadoes.

    Some isolated storms could produce up to two inches of rain in a short time, and some creeks and streams may overflow their banks by late Thursday evening. 

    Friday is expected to be less humid, and pleasant weather will continue into the weekend.