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Utility workers plan their strategy early Sunday on how to restore power to part of Charlotte's Dilworth neighborhood, where a huge oak crashed around 4 p.m. Saturday, taking the power line with it.
Utility workers plan their strategy early Sunday on how to restore power to part of Charlotte's Dilworth neighborhood, where a huge oak crashed around 4 p.m. Saturday, taking the power line with it. eleland@charlotteobserver.com

Here is a county-by-county look at conditions across the Charlotte region:

MECKLENBURG

Rainfall: Most areas have received between 3 and 4 inches since Friday morning.

Forecast: Showers for the rest of Saturday and Saturday night. Becoming more windy.

Another 1-2 inches of rain by Sunday evening.

Roads: No closures reported. Four Mile Creek in southeast Mecklenburg is out of its banks Saturday afternoon, and some flooding is possible in that area.

Power: Duke Energy reports more than 2,400 outages.

Warnings, watches: Flash flood watch and wind advisories through Sunday.

ANSON

Rainfall: About 4-5 inches in most areas.

Forecast: Showers and possibly a thunderstorm for the rest of Saturday and Saturday night. Becoming more windy. Another 1.5-2 inches of rain by Sunday evening.

Roads: The N.C. Department of Transportation reports these roads closed by flooding: Brown Creek (near Wadesboro); Cribbs Creek; Dennison; George Wright (near Ansonville); German Hill; Grassy Island; Lockhart; McAlister Farm; Mills; Pleasant Grove; Randall; Robinson Bridge (near Morven); Rocky Mount Church (west of Ansonville); and Webb.

Power: Only minor problems.

Warnings, watches: Flash flood watch and wind advisories through Sunday. Flood

warning for the Rocky River, which was still rising Saturday afternoon.

BURKE

Rainfall: 1-2 inches.

Forecast: Showers through Sunday. Another 1-2 inches of rain by Sunday evening.

Roads: Some road closures likely near Old Fort, where flash flooding is being reported.

Power: No major problems.

Warnings, watches: Flash flood watch and wind advisory through Sunday.

CABARRUS

Rainfall: Generally 3-5 inches.

Forecast: Showers and possibly a thunderstorm for the rest of Saturday and Saturday night. Becoming more windy. Another 1-2 inches of rain by Sunday evening.

Roads: Numerous road closures in the Harrisburg area. Those include Stough Road, between N.C. 49 at Roberta Road; Old Charlotte Road; Pharr Mill Road at Back Creek; Stallings Road, between Quail Hollow Road and Middleton Circle; Bowman Barrier Drive, near Long Run Farm; Hopewell Church Road, near Kiser Road.

Power: In the hundreds.

Warnings, watches: Flood advisory until 12:15 p.m. Flash flood watch and wind advisories through Sunday

CATAWBA

Rainfall: About 1.5-2.5 inches.

Forecast: Showers for the rest of Saturday and Saturday night. Becoming more windy. Another 1-1.5 inches of rain by Sunday evening.

Roads: Tree blocking N.C. 10 near the town of Catawba. Falling Creek went out of its banks Saturday afternoon.

Power: No problems.

Warnings, watches: Flash flood watch and wind advisories through Sunday.

GASTON

Rainfall: About 2-3 inches in most areas.

Forecast: Showers through Sunday. Becoming more windy. Another 1-2 inches of rain by Sunday evening.

Roads: No problems reported.

Power: Only minor problems.

Warnings, watches: Flash flood watch and wind advisories through Sunday.

IREDELL

Rainfall: Ranges from 3 inches in the south to 2 inches in the north.

Forecast: Showers through Sunday. Becoming more windy. Another 1-2 inches of rain by Sunday evening.

Roads: No problems reported. But a partial collapse of a roof was at North Iredell High School injured students.

Power: No problems reported.

Warnings, watches: Flash flood watch and wind advisories through Sunday.

LANCASTER (S.C.)

Rainfall: About 4-5 inches in most areas.

Forecast: Showers and possibly a thunderstorm for the rest of Saturday and Saturday night. Becoming more windy. Another 2-3 inches of rain by Sunday evening.

Roads: Numerous roads were closed early Saturday, but no closures were reported by late morning.

Power: Only minor problems.

Warnings, watches: Flash flood watch and wind advisories through Sunday.

LINCOLN

Rainfall: About 2 inches in most areas.

Forecast: Showers through Sunday. Becoming more windy. Another 1-1.5 inches of rain by Sunday evening.

Roads: None reported.

Power: Only minor problems.

Warnings, watches: Flash flood watch and wind advisories through Sunday.

RICHMOND

Rainfall: About 4-5 inches in most areas.

Forecast: Showers and possibly a thunderstorm for the rest of Saturday and Saturday night. Becoming more windy. Another 1.5-2 inches of rain by Sunday evening.

Roads: Several reports of downed trees blocking secondary roads.

Power: Only minor problems.

Warnings, watches: Flash flood watch and wind advisories through Sunday.

ROWAN

Rainfall: About 3-4 inches in most areas.

Forecast: Showers and possibly a thunderstorm for the rest of Saturday and Saturday night. Becoming more windy. Another 1-1.5 inches of rain by Sunday evening.

Roads: None reported.

Power: About 1,000 Duke Power customers without power.

Warnings, watches: Flash flood watch and wind advisories through Sunday.

STANLY

Rainfall: About 4-5 inches in most areas.

Forecast: Showers and possibly a thunderstorm for the rest of Saturday and Saturday night. Becoming more windy. Another 1.5-2 inches of rain by Sunday evening.

Roads: Numerous closures, including Bridgeport; Efird; Flint Ridge; Gaddis; Gold Branch; Hill View; Morris Rushing; Old Mill; Poplin; Rushing; Sides; and Stanly School roads.

Power: Only minor problems.

Warnings, watches: Flash flood watch and wind advisories through Sunday.

UNION

Rainfall: Totals range from 3 inches in the north to 4.5 inches in the south.

Forecast: Showers and possibly a thunderstorm for the rest of Saturday and Saturday night. Becoming more windy. Another 1.5-2 inches of rain by Sunday evening.

Roads: Secrest Short Cut Road closed east of Hemby Bridge. Water is reported on several other roads in the area, and also near Fairview along Goose Creek.

Power: Only minor problems.

Warnings, watches: Flash flood watch and wind advisories through Sunday.

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