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wgus62 kchs 010723
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dorchester-inland berkeley-charleston-tidal berkeley-
including the cities of...st. george...summerville...
moncks corner...charleston...daniel island...
naval weapons station charleston
323 am edt fri aug 1 2014
...flash flood watch remains in effect until 11 am edt this
morning...
the flash flood watch continues for
* a portion of southeast south carolina...including the
following areas...charleston...dorchester...inland berkeley
and tidal berkeley.
* until 11 am edt this morning
* scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms will affect the
area today. between 4 and 8 inches of rain fell over portions of
charleston...dorchester and berkeley counties thursday...which
produced significant flash flooding in some locations.
additional heavy rainfall is likely again this morning...which
may produce more flooding. the flash flood watch may need to be
extended into the afternoon or early this evening.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
be prepared to protect life and property...especially in areas
prone to flooding. if flooding develops...move to higher ground
immediately. if driving...be prepared for flooded roadways and
possible road closures.
&&
$$
wgus64 kepz 312135
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flood watch
national weather service el paso tx/santa teresa nm
335 pm mdt thu jul 31 2014
...heavy rains with flash flooding potential for today through
saturday morning...
.a moist and unstable air mass is in place over southern new
mexico and far west texas. portions of the area have already
received heavy rainfall the last few days...resulting in saturated
soil conditions. a frontal boundary over el paso and otero
counties will continue moving west tonight and help initiate
further shower and thunderstorm development in the area. with
abundant moisture in place...storms will be able to produce heavy
rainfall. excessive rain runoff will have the potential to produce
flooding along drainages...arroyos and small streams.
additionally...poorly drained low lying areas and roads will see
increased ponding of water. this moist rainy pattern will persist
through at least saturday...and likely into sunday.
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upper gila river valley-southern gila highlands/black range-
southern gila foothills/mimbres valley-
southwest desert/lower gila river valley-lowlands of the bootheel-
uplands of the bootheel-southwest desert/mimbres basin-
eastern black range foothills-sierra county lakes-
northern dona ana county-southern dona ana county/mesilla valley-
central tularosa basin-southern tularosa basin-
west slopes sacramento mountains below 7500 feet-
sacramento mountains above 7500 feet-
east slopes sacramento mountains below 7500 feet-otero mesa-
western el paso county-eastern/central el paso county-
northern hudspeth highlands/hueco mountains-salt basin-
southern hudspeth highlands-
rio grande valley of eastern el paso/western hudspeth counties-
rio grande valley of eastern hudspeth county-
including the cities of...gila hot springs...buckhorn...
mule creek...cliff...silver city...lake roberts...kingston...
fort bayard...mimbres...faywood...hurley...grant county airport...
lordsburg...redrock...virden...animas...hachita...
antelope wells...cloverdale...deming...columbus...hillsboro...
winston...truth or consequences...derry...spaceport...garfield...
hatch...radium springs...las cruces...vado...sunland park...
alamogordo...tularosa...white sands monument...orogrande...
white sands range headquarters...chaparral...mescalero...
mountain park...timberon...cloudcroft...sunspot...apache summit...
mayhill...sacramento...pinon...crow flats...downtown...
west el paso...upper valley...fort bliss...socorro...
east and northeast el paso...hueco tanks...loma linda...
dell city...cornudas...salt flat...sierra blanca...fabens...
tornillo...fort hancock
335 pm mdt thu jul 31 2014
...flash flood watch remains in effect through saturday morning...
the flash flood watch continues for
* portions of nm and tx...including the following areas...in
nm...central tularosa basin...east slopes sacramento mountains
below 7500 feet...eastern black range foothills...lowlands of
the bootheel...northern dona ana county...otero mesa...
sacramento mountains above 7500 feet...sierra county lakes...
southern dona ana county/mesilla valley...southern gila
foothills/mimbres valley...southern gila highlands/black
range...southern tularosa basin...southwest desert/lower gila
river valley...southwest desert/mimbres basin...uplands of the
bootheel...upper gila river valley and west slopes sacramento
mountains below 7500 feet. in tx...eastern/central el paso
county...northern hudspeth highlands/hueco mountains...rio
grande valley of eastern el paso/western hudspeth counties...
rio grande valley of eastern hudspeth county...salt basin...
southern hudspeth highlands and western el paso county.
* through saturday morning
* widespread areas of rainfall of 1 to 3 inches...with a few
areas possibly totaling 4-5 inches...through saturday night.
* normally dry arroyos and streams could be quickly filled with
fast moving water...mud and debris. low water crossing
roadways could become impassable. flooding of poorly drained
streets and intersections is possible for urban areas.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a flash flood watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.
you should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action
should flash flood warnings be issued.
&&
$$
wgus62 kgsp 010654
ffagsp
405
flood watch
national weather service greenville-spartanburg sc
254 am edt fri aug 1 2014
...flash flood watch in effect...
.moist southeast flow into the mountains and foothills of the
western carolinas and northeast georgia is expected to continue
this morning as an upper level system crosses from the west.
precipitation is expected to continue in coverage and intensity
across the area...increasing the chance of flash flooding.
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rabun-habersham-stephens-franklin-hart-elbert-avery-madison-
yancey-mitchell-swain-haywood-buncombe-graham-northern jackson-
macon-southern jackson-transylvania-henderson-caldwell mountains-
greater caldwell-burke mountains-greater burke-mcdowell mountains-
eastern mcdowell-rutherford mountains-greater rutherford-
polk mountains-eastern polk-oconee mountains-pickens mountains-
greenville mountains-greater oconee-greater pickens-
greater greenville-spartanburg-anderson-abbeville-laurens-
greenwood-
including the cities of...clayton...clarkesville...toccoa...
hartwell...elberton...newland...spruce pine...cherokee...
bryson city...waynesville...asheville...sylva...franklin...
brevard...hendersonville...lenoir...morganton...marion...
lake lure...rutherford...columbus...greenville...spartanburg...
anderson...abbeville...laurens...greenwood
254 am edt fri aug 1 2014
...flash flood watch remains in effect until noon edt today...
the flash flood watch continues for
* portions of northeast georgia...western north carolina and
upstate south carolina...including the following areas...in
northeast georgia...elbert...franklin...habersham...hart...
rabun and stephens. in western north carolina...avery...burke
mountains...buncombe...caldwell mountains...eastern mcdowell...
eastern polk...greater burke...greater caldwell... greater
rutherford...graham...haywood...henderson...mcdowell
mountains...macon...madison...mitchell...northern jackson...
polk mountains...rutherford mountains...southern jackson...
swain...transylvania and yancey. in upstate south carolina...
abbeville...anderson...greater greenville...greater oconee...
greater pickens...greenville mountains...greenwood...
laurens...oconee mountains...pickens mountains and
spartanburg.
* until noon edt today.
* moist southeast flow and a stationary boundary across central
south carolina will support the potential for prolonged heavy
rainfall across the warned area. additionally...embedded
thunderstorms are possible which will be capable of producing
rainfall rates exceeding 2 inches per hour in isolated
locations.
* water levels are expected to rise in streams and creeks across
the warned area. poorly drained urban areas...and low lying
areas near streams and creeks...will be especially vulnerable to
flooding. ponding of water on roads will be possible as well.
the upstate of south carolina will have a higher chance of
flooding due to antecedent conditions. the precipitation should
also become more continuous across the blue ridge later this
morning.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a flash flood watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.
you should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action
should flash flood warnings be issued.
&&
$$
wgus66 kotx 010649
ffaotx
592
flood watch
national weather service spokane wa
1149 pm pdt thu jul 31 2014
...flash flooding possible on recent burn areas friday...
.brief downpours from isolated to scattered thunderstorms could
produce flash flooding across areas that have experienced recent
wildfires. debris flows and rapid runoff would be a significant
threat in this case.
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wenatchee area-east slopes northern cascades-okanogan valley-
including the cities of...wenatchee...chelan...entiat...
cashmere...leavenworth...mazama...twisp...winthrop...stehekin...
conconully...omak...okanogan...brewster...bridgeport...oroville...
nespelem
1149 pm pdt thu jul 31 2014
...flash flood watch remains in effect from 11 am pdt friday
through friday evening...
the flash flood watch continues for
* a portion of north central washington...including the
following areas...east slopes northern cascades...okanogan
valley and wenatchee area.
* from 11 am pdt friday through friday evening
* isolated to scattered thunderstorms producing pockets of
heavier rainfall could linger over recent and past burn scars
from wildfires.
* the highest threat area will be in and near the methow valley
with the carlton complex fire...and downstream including all
creeks and streams. county roads could see washouts and
highway 20 could also be affected from pateros to methow...
twisp and winthrop. the mills canyon burn and chiwaukum
complex will also be susceptible to similar debris flows.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a flash flood watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding or debris flows. flash flooding and debris
flows are very dangerous. persons in the watch area should remain
alert to changing weather conditions...monitor noaa weather radio
or other weather information sources. be prepared to take action
on short notice if heavy rainfall occurs or if flash flood
warnings are issued.
for a detailed view of the hazard area visit
http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/wrh/whv/?wfo=otx
&&
$$

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