A Flood Watch and More Winter Weather?

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    The rainy weekend has already caused flooding in the area and Meteorologist Brittney Shipp tells us how long the flood watch will last. (Published Sunday, Mar 30, 2014)

    Wet weather has jump started this week. Philadelphia set a rainfall record today with the most rain on March 30. The National Weather Service recorded 2.26 inches of rain as of 2 p.m. at the Philadelphia International Airport.

    First Alert Weather: Sleet Could Be Coming Our Way

    [PHI] First Alert Weather: Sleet Could Be Coming Our Way
    The seven day forecast reveals a chance for sleet and warmer temperatures after the flood watch is over. (Published Sunday, Mar 30, 2014)

    Rain rain go away. Well, not yet. A flood watch is in effect until 2 a.m. Monday morning.

    NBC10 meteorologist Brittney Shipp says the area could experience rainfall for the next 12 hours and ponding will be a concern for drivers during the Monday morning commute. There's a slight chance of additional showers Monday morning, but the precipitation should taper off by the afternoon, says Shipp.

    But, it's not just rain, water and flooding that's possible.

    A winter weather advisory is in effect for the Poconos Sunday evening with a possibility of wet snow, sleet and ice. There's also a chance for sleet to hit the suburbs north and west of Philadelphia, according to Shipp.

    Visit www.NBC10.com and watch NBC10 for weather updates as the First Alert Weather team is tracking the weather changes.