Heavy rains could mean flooding in some areas of York County over the next couple of days.
York County and the surrounding counties are under a flash flood watch Tuesday and Wednesday, the National Weather Service said. The remnants of Hurricane Isaac will drift slowly east across the region both days, bringing a trail of slow-moving showers and thunderstorms that could flood small streams and areas with poor drainage.
York on Tuesday could get almost 3 inches of rain, with showers and thunderstorms possible through the day and night, the NWS said. The high will be 83 and the low 72, and winds will be from the south at 3-6 mph.
More rain is likely Wednesday, with a high of 85 and low of 67, the forecast said.
Thursday will be mostly sunny, with a high of 88 and low of 65, the NWS said, and Friday will also be sunny, with a high of 84 and low fo 62.
Saturday has a chance of showers, with a high of 80 and low of 60, the forecast said.