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New River Flood Watches Issued; Others Extended For Heavy Rain

The National Weather Service has issued New River Flood Watches in anticipation of the rain that will only get heavier as we get into Tuesday Night and Wednesday.
HAGERSTOWN, MD (WHAG) -With more heavy rain on the way over the next few days, the National Weather Service has issued new River Flood Watches, and is continuing other River Flood Watches over the next few days.

Here is a complete list of the River Flood Watches in effect as of 1:30 PM, Tuesday, April 29th, 2014.

The Flood Watch is extended for the Opequon Creek near Martinsburg affecting Berkeley and Jefferson Counties in West Virginia.

From Early Thursday Morning until Late Thursday Night.
Flood Stage is 10 Feet, Minor Flooding is Possible as flood stage will be reached by Early Thursday Morning.

The Flood Watch is extended for the Monocacy River affecting Frederick County in Maryland.

From Early Thursday Morning until Late Thursday Night.
Flood Stage is 15 Feet, Minor Flooding is Possible as flood stage will be reached by Early Thursday Morning.

The Flood Watch is extended for the Potomac River near Point of Rocks affecting Frederick County in Maryland and Loudoun County in Virginia.

From Early Thursday Evening until Friday Evening.
Flood Stage is 16 Feet, Minor Flooding is Possible as flood stage will be reached by Early Thursday Evening.

The Flood Watch is extended for the Shenandoah River near Millville affecting Clarke and Warren Counties in Virginia and Jefferson County in West Virginia

From Early Thursday Afternoon until Friday Evening.
Flood Stage is 10 Feet, Minor Flooding is Possible as flood stage will be reached by Early Thursday Afternoon.

The Flood Watch is extended for the Conococheague Creek near Fairview affecting Washington County in Maryland.

From Late Wednesday Night until Late Thursday Night.
Flood Stage is 10 Feet, Minor Flooding is Possible as flood stage will be reached by Late Thursday Morning.

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