Hopefully all your yard work got done over the weekend, because it's going to be a wet week.
Rainfall through Friday could bring flooding in parts of the region starting this afternoon.
Some areas east of I-95 could see as much as three inches of rain through Tuesday morning, with higher amounts in isolated storms, the National Weather Service reported in its 9 a.m. briefing.
There is a chance of breaking the day's record rainfall of 2.49 inches set in 1899.
Some roads in areas of western Tidewater were already closed this morning because of rain-swelled creeks that spill into the Blackwater and Nottoway rivers.
The region has seen close to 3 inches of rain so far in June, and 20.53 inches for the year, according to the weather service.
There is only a slight chance that storms could become severe, but there could be some lightning and thunder associated with heavier downpours.