RAINFALL
We're not expecting any rain through the day or evening but shortly after midnight showers will be knocking at the door. 
This return of rain on Sunday will mark the start of another rainy few days for the Mid State. 
Since the ground is already saturated from last week's record rainfall, flooding is likely to reoccur. 
A Flood Watch is in effect for counties along and north of I-40 beginning Sunday and lasting through Tuesday. 
 
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FLOOD WATCH
 
 
It will start raining first thing Sunday and will not stop until late Tuesday.
Heavier bouts of rain are expected through this period, especially on Monday night and Tuesday. 
Areawide rainfall amounts will range from 3-6 inches. 
Areas along and north of I-40 will likely see the highest amounts. 
 
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SUN 130AM
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SUN 7AM
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SUN 1230PM
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SUN 7PM
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MON 630 AM
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MON 330PM
 
 
Winds will be gusty through the period ranging from 20-30 mph, especially on Tuesday. 
 
There may be a rain/snow mix early Sunday as temperatures will be near freezing.
However, there are travel concerns as temperatures warm quickly through the day. 
 
We'll catch a break from the rain Wednesday before our next system moves in by Thursday, rounding out the work week. 

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Meteorologist

Meteorologist Cody Murphy joined the News4 team in March 2018.

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