Forecasters warn of more flooding

June 17, 2009 4:47:42 AM PDT
Forecasters issued a warning Wednesday about more flash flooding as runoff from heavy rains swells rivers. The National Weather Service said residents should watch for high water on the Neuse River in Johnston County and in the mountains of northwest North Carolina.

Click here for pictures from Tuesday's flooding

Tuesday, heavy rain flooded apartments in southern Raleigh. Authorities evacuated about 70 people from an apartment complex.

Eyewitness News Meteorologist Glenn Willey said we can expect a few showers Wednesday, but nothing compared to Tuesday's heavy rains.

"Look for a few light showers around this morning," he said.

Click here to read more about the flooding and evacuations

According to forecasters, three to four inches of rain fell in parts of the capital city.

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