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8/14/2011 - National Weather Service Flood Warning

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Flood Warning
National Weather Service Mount Holly NJ
11:40 AM EDT Sunday, August 14, 2011

 ** Cumberland County, NJ **

The National Weather Service In Mount Holly NJ Has Issued A Flood Warning For Urban Areas And Small Streams In Northwestern Cumberland County In Southern New Jersey until 730 PM EDT Sunday.

At 1130 AM EDT...Showers And Thunderstorms With Locally Heavy Rain Were Continuing To Move Through Northwestern Cumberland County. By Late Morning Much Of The Region Had Received 2 To 4 Inches Of Rain With Some Spots Getting Up To 4 To 6 Inches Of Rain. Additional Heavy Rainfall From This Afternoon Into This Evening Will Produce More Flooding.

A Flood Warning Means That Flooding Is Imminent Or Has Been Reported. If You Live In A Location That Is Prone To Flooding. Be Prepared To Move To Higher Ground.

Do Not Drive Your Vehicle Through Flood Waters. The Water May Be Deeper Than You Think It Is. You Will Be Putting Yourself In Danger And You May Damage Your Vehicle, Leading To Costly Repairs.