Run Totals

2019
Jan87
Feb82
Mar79
Apr92
May144
Jun46
Jul108
Aug87
Sep98
Oct109
Nov100
Dec102
Total1134

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Here’s a look at the predicted rainfall today; as you can see, the system will move between Wilmington and Columbia South Carolina to Raleigh and Charlotte. 1-3” of rain expected from Southeastern NC to Western Central and parts of the Foothills of NC, the mountains and parts of Eastern and Northeastern NC will see limited rainfall. ... See MoreSee Less

Be aware of the rainfall today. We are currently under a flash flood warning until 1330 hrs. If you come upon a flooded roadway please turn around don’t drown! ... See MoreSee Less

Be aware of the rainfall today. We are currently under a flash flood warning until 1330 hrs. If you come upon a flooded roadway please turn around don’t drown!Image attachment

JUST IN: The Weather Prediction Center has issued a Rare level 4/4 HIGH risk for Flash Flooding from Boone down The Blue Ridge Escarpment. This means there's a greater than 50% chance of seeing Flash Flooding within a 25 miles point, Significant life-threatening Flash Flooding, River Flooding, and Mudslides likely today. An additional 4-6" of rain is likely today though Thursday across this area. All areas from Raleigh west are under a level 3/4 MODERATE risk has been issued; this is also rarer. An additional 3-5" of rain likely from Raleigh points west; please be prepared for FLooding this afternoon and during the overnight hours. Further to the east, a lower threat of flooding, but 2-4" of rain still possible through Thursday night. I'll keep you posted! ... See MoreSee Less

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