Most of central and southern West Virginia was under a flood warning until late Thursday night.

The warning is in effect until 10:30 p.m. Thursday for central Kanawha County, southeastern Calhoun County, northwestern Nicholas County, southwestern Gilmer County, Braxton County, southeastern Roane County and Clay County.

Meanwhile, a flood warning also is in effect until 11 p.m. for southwestern Kanawha County, Mingo County, Lincoln County, southeastern Wayne, Logan County and Boone County.

Some locations that will experience flooding include Charleston, Sutton, Clay, Chloe, South Charleston, Chesapeake, Marmet, Belle, Clendenin, Cedar Grove, East Bank, Gassaway, Glasgow, Pinch, Birch River, Glen, Coal Fork, Elkview, Alum Creek, Big Otter, Wallback, Williamson, Madison, Logan, Chapmanville, Man, Delbarton, Van, Ranger, Mount Gay-Shamrock, Harts, Gill, Mallory, Hinch, Julian, Spurlockville, Bald Knob, Chief Logan State Park, Holden, Amherstadale-Robinette and Red Jacket.

A flood warning means that flooding is occurring or should be occurring soon. Meanwhile, a flood watch remains in effect until midnight Thursday for portions of central West Virginia and southern West Virginia, including Calhoun, Roane, Boone, Kanawha, Lincoln, Logan and Mingo.

The weather service said 1 to 2 inches of rainfall is possible for Lincoln, Kanawha, Roane, Calhoun, Mingo, Logan and Boone counties.

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