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Flood warning extended for York County Thursday

The flood warning for York County has been extended into Thursday night.

Rain is not expected Thursday, but the county is under the warning because water levels remain very high and flooding is still occurring, according to the National Weather Service.

The weather service said runoff continues from the heavy rain, and creeks and stream flows remain high, but are decreasing. 

York County was hit by about 9 inches of rain between Saturday, July 21, and the morning of Wednesday, July 25.

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The county will remain under a flood warning until 6 p.m., the weather service said.

A group stops to look at flooding on the West Branch of the Codorus Creek along West College Avenue in North Codorus Township Wednesday, July 25, 2018. Several roads intersecting with the branches of the Codorus Creek were closed in the area. Bill Kalina photo