BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A flash flood watch is in effect until midnight Friday for northeast Maryland and into Delaware.

Cecil, Kent, and Queen Anne’s Counties are under the flash flood watch.

A flood advisory is also in effect for southeastern Maryland and the eastern shore until late Friday night.

Caroline, Queen Anne’s, Talbot, Somerset, Wicomico, and Worcester County are all under a flood advisory.

Minor flooding has been reported in Wicomico County, including Salisbury, Maryland.

Drivers are encouraged to turn around when encountering flooded roads.

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch, which was in effect for large part of Friday, has expired for Maryland.

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The good news, says Bob Turk, is that the rain has cooled things down a bit. Most of the area was under a Heat Advisory today, as well.

He says there may be a brief shower in some spots for western Maryland by Sunday afternoon, but overall, the weekend ahead should be dry.

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