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Flash flooding possible as heavy rain increases

A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for all of the WTOK viewing area. Widespread rain will fall through most of Thursday. It can fall heavily at times.


Additional rain has our rivers rising again.


Near record rainfall across Alabama this month has caused the flooding. The Tombigbee and Black Warrior rivers are swollen and can't handle the excess water.



The WTOK Weather App gives you instant access to Storm Team 11's forecasts, special videos, live radar with the ability to zoom to street level in your own neighborhood, and the ability to send photos and videos to Storm Team 11.


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