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South-Central in Impact Zone for Additional Heavy Rain Showers

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The south-central portions of the country are under yet another risk of flash flooding as more rain sets up to dump over the region. The moisture will come just one week after much of the area was hit with a series of flood emergencies.

Here is what you need to know about this exceptionally wet forecast heading into the weekend.

Influx of Precipitation Headed to the South-Central U.S.

Another rush of moisture is forecast to unleash across the same part of the south-central U.S. that has already seen record-breaking rainfall this spring.

The influx of a new round of precipitation will heighten the risk of flash flooding as waterways struggle to take in more water.

The silver lining is that this same weather maker will also provide rain for parts of central Texas that could use the moisture.

Unlike the rain event last week, cities along the Interstate 10 corridor will avoid the worst of the moisture. This means that New Orleans and Tallahassee will likely be spared the flooding that they experienced last week.



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