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Chat live with the First Alert Weather team about expected flooding

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Live Blog #WMBFlood Live Chat

(WMBF) - The WMBF First Alert Weather Team is chatting live from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. about today's expected heavy rain and significant flooding in our area.

Mobile users, tap here to join the live chat now.

If you have any questions about today's rain and expected flooding, tune in to WMBF News Weekend Today beginning at 7 a.m., and chat with the First Alert team in the window above. Chief Meteorologist Jamie Arnold, Meteorologist Marla Branson, and Meteorologist Andy Stein will be answering your questions and giving you the latest forecast information.

A Second Round of Flooding Likely Today

The weekend looks to end with another round of very heavy rain possible and more significant flooding for the area.

A band of very heavy rain currently located across the Low County is expected to push north overnight and into early Saturday morning. This rain should reach Georgetown around sunrise Sunday and continue into the rest of the area by mid-day.

Click here to view the complete forecast from the First Alert Team

Tune in to WMBF News Weekend Today at 7 a.m. here.

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