CLEVELAND — Flash flooding remains top of mind tonight as another round of rain moves our way.  

Depending on how far north the rain comes, it looks like areas hardest hit with flash flooding early today may get more tonight.

Flash flood watches have been posted for areas along and south of US-224/I-76 and includes Medina, Mansfield, Ashland, Wooster, Millersburg, Kent, Warren, Canton, New Philadelphia, and Carrollton to name a few cities in the counties affected.

This last round of potentially torrential rain will signal an end to waves of rain and storms.  We'll catch a break for Tuesday and most of Wednesday. 

Late Wednesday rain chances return, and they'll continue through Thursday.

Remember, flood water is mother nature's overflowing toilet.  Please keep friends and family members out of it - it is truly dangerous.

Also, never drive through flooded roadways.  We've been showing pictures of stalled cars in the middle of flooded streets.  You really don't want to be on the news this way, and I guarantee you don't want to do that to your car.

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TONIGHT|  Rain (especially south) likely.  Flooding threat continues.  |  Low 60s

TUESDAY | Shower chances linger, then clouds and sun. |  Mid 70s

WEDNESDAY|  Partly cloudy with late day showers/storms possible. |  Upper 70s/near 80

THURSDAY|  Sun peeks, hot and humid.  Scattered storms likely.  |  Low/mid 70s

FRIDAY|  Partly cloudy.  |  70s

SATURDAY|  Mostly cloudy with isolated rain chances afternoon/evening.  | Around 80

SUNDAY| Shower and storm chances.  | Low 80s

MONDAY|  Mostly cloudy with scattered rain/storm chances.  |  Around 80

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