REC says the brunt of the storm is expected to arrive overnight and continue through Tuesday afternoon, dropping 3 to 5 inches of rain and bringing wind gusts of 40-plus mph in some areas.
Notify NNEC of any downed power lines, trees on the line, or a power outage, by calling 1-866-663-2688.
Rappahannock Area Health District says hospitalizations down ten since Friday
A Tropical Storm Warning is now in effect for much of central and southern MD, DC, as well as portions of northeastern VA along the I-95 corridor. Flooding rain, wind damage, and tidal flooding are all threats to the area.
What does Tropical Storm Isaias mean for Northern and Central Virginia and the Northern Neck.
Fabulous sunset on the Rappahannock in Fredericksburg ahead of tropical weather. Photos courtesy Kevin Brown and the On the Fredericksburg Va Trails Facebook page.
The National Weather Service says due to Tropical Storm Isaias’ threat to our area, a Tropical Storm Watch has been issued for counties along the I-95 corridor and east. Flash Flooding will likely be our biggest impact Mon eve – Tue eve. Tidal/coastal flooding (Tue and Tue eve) is also a concern.
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National Weather Service issues Flash Flood Watch Monday afternoon thru Tuesday night
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Allen and Allen’s Hometown Heroes 2020. Allen and Allen Fredericksburg attorney Danielle Bringard and Hometown Hero Neesa Hart. Neesa organized signs for Stafford County High School graduates.
City Police held an event to brief the community about their operations and practices. Another event is planned for later this month