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        1. FLASH FLOOD WARNING for Quad Cities

          Weather Blog

          A narrow band of heavy rain has set up right over parts of the Quad Cities. The NWS has just issued a Flash Flood Warning for most of the metro area until 5:45 a.m.

          According to the NWS, River Drive near the Quad City Times building has flash flooding happening and 3 cars are stranded with water up to the windows.

          Flash flooding was also reported around 12th St and 19th Ave in Moline.

          1-2″ of rain has already fallen in some places, with another 1-1.5″ of rain possible tonight.

          Remember, if you ever come to a road covered with water, “turn around, don’t drown.”

          Prophetstown is also experiencing flash flooding with streets filled with water, and sewage backing into some basements according to the NWS.

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