Flood Watch in effect through Thursday morning.

The National Weather Service in Charleston has expanded the Flood Watch to include portions of central West Virginia, northern West Virginia and southern West Virginia.

Including Calhoun, Braxton, Clay, Gilmer and Roane.

In northern West Virginia, Doddridge, Ritchie and Tyler.

In southern West Virginia, Boone, Kanawha, Logan, and Mingo.

* Through Thursday morning A strong storm system with abundant rain will move through the region. The most significant rainfall will occur tonight (Tuesday). Total rainfall amounts from this system will range between 1.50 to 3.00 inches.

This may be enough to cause flooding on small streams and creeks in the watch area. Also sharp rises on area rivers may occur.

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