By Jim Melwert
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The oldest and largest high school rowing regatta in the world, but all eyes on the forecast as the region is under a flash flood watch with 1-2 inches of rain in the forecast.READ MORE: Fight Outside Pat's Steaks In South Philadelphia Ends With 1 Person Dead, 2 Others Hospitalized
Time trials start at 8 a.m., then semi-finals today and tomorrow, with finals tomorrow evening. But, Stotesbury Cup Regatta director Clete Graham says with the predicted rain, they may lose tomorrow all together.
“The hydrographic predictions on the National Weather Service website show the river going up to about nine feet, which would make it just about un-rowable.”READ MORE: Adam Sandler Filming Movie 'Hustle' In Manayunk On Thursday
Listen to Jim Melwert’s interview with Clete Graham in this CBS Philly podcast: