BALTIMORE (WJZ) — There are Flood Watch Advisories in effect for various parts of Maryland until Saturday afternoon.

Flood Warnings for Baltimore County, Baltimore City, Montgomery, Harford and Howard Counties expired Saturday morning but a Flood Warning is still in effect for Anne Arundel County until 2 p.m.

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A Flood Warning is also in effect until 8:30 p.m. for prince Georges County.

The National Weather Service released the rain totals for the following areas:

  • Washington D.C. –         4.56 inches
  • Anne Arundel County – 3.05 inches
  • Baltimore County –        2.05 inches
  • Baltimore City –              2.06 inches
  •  Calvert County –            4.53 inches
  • Carroll County –              1.87 inches
  • Harford County –            1.09 inches
  • Howard County –            5.70 inches
  • Montgomery County –   6.01 inches
  • St. Mary’s County –        2.03 inches
  • Washington County –    2.02 inches

WJZ Meteorologist Tim Williams says the system will be moving through the area throughout will continue into Saturday, blanketing the entire state with sometimes “torrential” downpours at times.

The heavier rain should move out of the area Saturday, but some showers may linger.

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