Flood threat continues into Sunday night

An additional 1" to 3"+ of rain will be possible.

After a very active weekend, Northwest Florida can expect even more rain. The threat for strong storms remains limited through tonight.

Saturday featured periods of rain and storms with isolated severe storms, which triggered two tornado warnings in Baldwin and Washington County in Alabama.

The National Weather Service of Mobile has confirmed EF-0 tornado damage in Washington County.

Meanwhile, down the road in Holmes County, Florida, a tornado was reported early Sunday morning.

Holmes County Emergency Management reported that multiple homes were damaged - Two were considered major damage. Minor injuries were reported, as well.

The main story for Northwest Florida has been the heavy rain!

As of early Sunday evening, rainfall totals are estimated to be around 2" to 4" for most areas; however, some areas in Okaloosa and Walton County have seen more than 6" of rain.

The Flood Watch will continue through late Sunday because heavy rain may lead to some isolated flash flooding.

An additional 1" to 3" of rain can be expected, but some areas may see more than 4" of rain before it begins to taper.

Please avoid any flooded areas!

Once this cold front moves through, rain will finally taper into Monday. Drier and slightly cooler air will move in, but mild weather can be expected throughout the work week.

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