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CLEVELAND (WJW) — Some Northeast Ohio counties are under a flood watch as rain is expected to head into the area on Sunday evening.

Carroll, Coshocton, Tuscarawas Counties are under the flood watch until Monday morning.

Cloudy with scattered rain and embedded thunderstorms through the overnight. These will put down some pretty heavy rain at times in spots.

Some ponding on the roads and localized minor flooding is possible. Temperatures won’t be as warm because of the rain and storms. Expect extremely high humidity through Wednesday.

By early afternoon Monday, the two day rainfall totals will help in chipping away at the rainfall deficit and abnormal dryness across northeast Ohio. Most places will get around an inch and some places closer to an inch and a half.

Here’s a daily breakdown of rainfall expected through the workweek:

Here’s the latest 8-day forecast: