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Wed July 16, 2014
Heavy Rain Brings Flash Flood Watch For Wednesday
11:11 AM: The wet weather isn’t over yet for New Hampshire.
A flash flood watch remains in effect through Wednesday night for most of the state.
The National Weather Service says several rounds of heavy rainfall are moving through the region, which could lead to flash flooding with an inch to 3 inches of rain.
There have been a number of washouts during the latest round of summer storms. At least one home had to be evacuated near Route 119 in Winchester. Part of the Daniel Webster Highway in Nashua had to be closed as well.
7:00 AM: A flash flood watch is in effect for parts of New Hampshire through Wednesday night.
The National Weather Service says the following counties are included: Belknap, Rockingham, Merrimack, Carroll, Grafton, Strafford and Sullivan.
The weather service says several rounds of heavy rainfall are expected to move through the region through Wednesday, and this may lead to flash flooding with an inch to 3 inches of rain.
We will continue to update this story throughout the day. Have a photo of flooding in your area? Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, and let us know where you took it.