NORMAN — Forecasters say parts of Oklahoma can expect more rainfall.
The National Weather Service in Norman said Sunday showers and thunderstorms will be likely again Sunday night into Monday morning. Heavy rainfall leading to flooding will be the main hazard but some strong to severe storms will also be possible.
A flash flood watch remains in effect for much of western and central Oklahoma through Monday evening. Some areas of the state have already received heavy rainfall over the last few days, and additional heavy rainfall may lead to flash flooding where the ground is already saturated.
Forecasters say rainfall amounts of three to six inches, with locally higher amounts, will be possible through Monday evening. Heavy rainfall and excessive rainfall runoff may lead to areas of flooding and flash flooding.
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