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    Rain to Follow Cleveland Snows, Threaten Flooding

    By By Mark Leberfinger, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
    February 21, 2014, 4:15:05 AM EST

    Rain may cause flooding problems in the Cleveland area on Thursday.

    Conditions will go downhill, as breezy and milder air moves into the city. There will be periods of rain, heavy at times, and a daytime high near 50 degrees.

    The rain combined with the melting snow may trigger street and poor-drainage flooding around the region. It could also cause ice damming, which could damage roofs and allow them to leak; in addition, there is a threat of roof failure due to the combined weight of snow and rain.

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