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More rain and possible strong storms Friday

| Friday, July 7, 2017, 9:57 a.m.
Heavy rains, high water and flash flooding created scenes similiar to this at the intersection of Haymaker Road and Center Road in Monroeville as storms moved through the area early Friday evening, June 23. Lillian DeDomenic  |  For the Tribune Review
Heavy rains, high water and flash flooding created scenes similiar to this at the intersection of Haymaker Road and Center Road in Monroeville as storms moved through the area early Friday evening, June 23. Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune Review

More rain storms will roll into the region later Friday morning with stronger storms possibly bringing hail and strong winds during the mid- to late afternoon Friday, according to the National Weather Service in Moon Township.

The Weather Service is keeping an eye on the storms and could issue a storm watch or warning later in the day, according to meteorologist Tom Green.

There is an 80 percent chance of rain and thunderstorms Friday, according to Green.

However, there will be a reprieve from the storms early in the afternoon.

The rain is expected to stop after midnight Friday, according to Green.

The skies will be dry for the weekend. Temperatures will top the mid-70s Saturday with lows in the mid-50s.

Sunday will be a bit warmer with forecasted highs in the upper 70s and the lows in the lower 60s, according to Green.

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