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Roger, it'll vary from neighborhood to neighborhood and depends on the drainage systems. I would say at least 36 hours.
We do have SOME rain on the radar. Very light showers though. Nothing like what we saw yesterday and this morning.
Dan, it depends on the weather/environmental conditions. For example, humidity, wind, cloud cover. A warm, windy, sunny, low humid day would be ideal. It would evaporate the water very quickly.
The arctic front that swept through the nation stalled out to our south. It instigated all sorts of crazy weather. Ripples of energy rode across the front, and sparked more storms.
There were some severe storms, but mainly heavy rain producers.
Jay, we forecast heavy rain, but historical events like a foot of rain is hard to forecast.
It's getting better Brandys
I'm not sure, but we have details on our website.
I believe it is fine Margaret.
Just light rain. Nothing serious.
No no no Ron! No Tropical Storm!
Doubtful Clair. Flippers may be needed though.
We are not sure Joe, but they're holding a news conference at 1PM. We will cover it live, and we'll have the info for you then.