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wgus62 kcae 240813
ffacae
686 

flood watch
national weather service columbia sc
413 am edt mon apr 24 2017

...flash flood watch in effect...

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mccormick-newberry-fairfield-kershaw-edgefield-saluda-lexington-
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bamberg-
including the cities of lincolnton, thomson, martinez, evans, 
hephzibah, waynesboro, lancaster, elgin, lancaster mill, cheraw, 
pageland, mccormick, newberry, winnsboro, winnsboro mills, 
camden, lugoff, edgefield, johnston, saluda, ridge spring, 
seven oaks, west columbia, cayce, lexington, red bank, oak grove,
columbia, bishopville, aiken, north augusta, sumter, barnwell, 
williston, blackville, orangeburg, brookdale, st. matthews, 
manning, summerton, bamberg, and denmark
413 am edt mon apr 24 2017

...flash flood watch remains in effect through this evening...

the flash flood watch continues for

* portions of east central georgia and central south carolina, 
  including the following areas, in east central georgia, burke, 
  columbia, lincoln, mcduffie, and richmond. in central south 
  carolina, aiken, bamberg, barnwell, calhoun, chesterfield, 
  clarendon, edgefield, fairfield, kershaw, lancaster, lee, 
  lexington, mccormick, newberry, orangeburg, richland, saluda, 
  and sumter. 

* through this evening

* rainfall associated with an upper level low pressure system will
  persist across the region through tonight. 1 to 3 inches of rain
  has already fallen and periods of additional heavy rain will 
  contribute to total rainfall of 2 to 5 inches, with isolated 
  higher amounts possible. 

* grounds will become saturated as periods of heavy rainfall 
  move across the area. this has the potential to lead to flash 
  flooding, especially in locations with poor drainage such as 
  urban areas or in and around culverts. excessive roadway 
  ponding is also likely, and at times some roads may become 
  impassable, especially if drainage ditches overflow onto 
  roadways. 

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 kchs 240751
ffachs
504 

urgent - immediate broadcast requested
flood watch
national weather service charleston sc
351 am edt mon apr 24 2017

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dorchester-inland berkeley-charleston-tidal berkeley-
including the cities of saint george, summerville, goose creek, 
moncks corner, charleston, north charleston, mount pleasant, 
and daniel island
351 am edt mon apr 24 2017

...flash flood watch now in effect through this afternoon...

the flash flood watch is now in effect for

* a portion of southeast south carolina, including the following
  counties, charleston, dorchester, and berkeley. 

* through this afternoon.

* widespread showers and scattered thunderstorms are expected to 
  produce rainfall amounts from 3 to 6 inches, highest across 
  northern and eastern berkeley county into upper charleston 
  county. rains in the charleston metro area are expected to be 
  in the 2 to 4 inch range. 

* flooding could occur quickly, especially in low-lying and poor
  drainage areas. be prepared for the possibility of street
  flooding and flooded properties. the risk for flooding will be
  especially high around high tide monday morning. high tide in
  the charleston harbor will occur around 7 am edt. 

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.

&&

$$
wgus62 kgsp 240750
ffagsp
799 

flood watch
national weather service greenville-spartanburg sc
350 am edt mon apr 24 2017

...flooding will likely develop and worsen today across western
north carolina and upstate south carolina...

.an upper-level low pressure system will move very slowly east
over georgia today before reaching south carolina and georgia
coast this evening. abundant moisture will pump into the western 
carolinas ahead of this system today, falling on ground already 
saturated from late weekend rainfall. very high rainfall rates
will continue today, with the most serious flooding developing in
regions affected by the heaviest repeated shower bands. current 
expectations are for the worst conditions to occur over the
interstate 77 corridor back toward the north carolina foothills.
heavy rain could linger into the evening over the interstate 77
corridor as well.

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including the cities of ingalls, banner elk, newland, bethlehem, 
ellendale, millersville, taylorsville, hiddenite, stony point, 
statesville, mooresville, farmington, fork church, mocksville, 
advance, faust, mars hill, marshall, walnut, allenstand, 
hot springs, luck, swiss, burnsville, celo, micaville, 
ramseytown, busick, mount mitchell state park, spruce pine, 
poplar, newfound gap, alarka, almond, bryson city, luada, 
smokemont, wesser, waynesville, waterville, canton, cruso, 
cove creek, lake junaluska, asheville, hickory, newton, 
st. stephens, salisbury, robbinsville, stecoah, cullowhee, 
tuckasegee, sylva, franklin, rainbow springs, kyle, 
nantahala lake, highlands, wolf mountain, cashiers, brevard, 
cedar mountain, little river, hendersonville, fletcher, dana, 
east flat rock, tuxedo, etowah, shelby, kings mountain, 
lincolnton, crouse, gastonia, charlotte, huntersville, matthews, 
concord, kannapolis, monroe, trinity, indian trail, weddington, 
patterson, kings creek, lenoir, sawmills, granite falls, 
jonas ridge, morganton, pleasant grove, valdese, ashford, 
sugar hill, woodlawn, old fort, marion, nebo, dysartsville, fero,
glenwood, lake lure, forest city, rutherfordton, spindale, 
saluda, tryon, columbus, lake adger, mill spring, mountain rest, 
walhalla, westminster, pumpkintown, tigerville, gowensville, 
caesars head, cleveland, marietta, seneca, oakway, easley, 
dacusville, clemson, greenville, taylors, greer, mauldin, 
fork shoals, simpsonville, berea, spartanburg, gaffney, catawba, 
rock hill, anderson, abbeville, calhoun falls, laurens, clinton, 
union, monarch mills, blackstock, chester, cornwell, great falls,
ware shoals, and ninety six
350 am edt mon apr 24 2017

...flood watch remains in effect through this evening...

the flood watch continues for

* portions of north carolina and upstate south carolina, 
  including the following areas, in north carolina, alexander, 
  avery, buncombe, burke mountains, cabarrus, caldwell 
  mountains, catawba, cleveland, davie, eastern mcdowell, 
  eastern polk, gaston, graham, greater burke, greater caldwell, 
  greater rutherford, haywood, henderson, iredell, lincoln, 
  macon, madison, mcdowell mountains, mecklenburg, mitchell, 
  northern jackson, polk mountains, rowan, rutherford mountains, 
  southern jackson, swain, transylvania, union, and yancey. in 
  upstate south carolina, abbeville, anderson, cherokee, 
  chester, greater greenville, greater oconee, greater pickens, 
  greenville mountains, greenwood, laurens, oconee mountains, 
  pickens mountains, spartanburg, union, and york. 

* through this evening

* several periods of showers, possibly with embedded
  thunderstorms, are expected across the area through the day
  today. additional rainfall amounts of 1 to 4 inches are expected
  by the time the heavy rain ends this evening, which could bring
  totals in some areas near the interstate 77 corridor to around 6
  inches for the entire event. locally higher amounts will be
  possible with smaller scale bands of showers and thunderstorms
  that repeatedly develop over any one area.

* the long duration and widespread nature of the heavy rain threat
  is expected to result in significant rises and likely flooding
  on areas streams and creeks. the charlotte metro area will be
  particularly susceptible. minor flooding will also be possible
  along some main stem rivers, particularly the south fork catawba
  river, the south yadkin river, and portions of the french broad
  river. additionally, heavier short term rainfall rates
  associated with bands of heavy rain showers and embedded
  thunderstorms could result in localized flash flooding along
  small streams and in urban areas.

precautionary/preparedness actions...

a flood watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
current forecasts.

you should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible
flood warnings. those living in areas prone to flooding should be
prepared to take action should flooding develop.

&&

$$
wgus62 kilm 240756
ffailm
474 

flood watch
national weather service wilmington nc
356 am edt mon apr 24 2017

...excessive rainfall likely today and tonight...

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coastal brunswick-marlboro-darlington-dillon-florence-marion-
williamsburg-inland horry-coastal horry-inland georgetown-
coastal georgetown-
including the cities of lumberton, elizabethtown, bladenboro, 
whiteville, tabor city, chadbourn, lake waccamaw, burgaw, 
surf city, wilmington, masonboro, myrtle grove, ogden, 
carolina beach, seagate, boiling spring lakes, leland, shallotte,
oak island, long beach, southport, sunset beach, bennettsville, 
mccoll, hartsville, darlington, north hartsville, dillon, 
florence, marion, mullins, kingstree, conway, red hill, 
myrtle beach, socastee, north myrtle beach, garden city, 
little river, andrews, georgetown, and murrells inlet
356 am edt mon apr 24 2017

...flash flood watch remains in effect through tuesday morning...

the flash flood watch continues for

* all of northeast south carolina and southeast north carolina.

* through tuesday morning.

* heavy rain beginning late tonight through early tuesday with
  rainfall of 3 to 7 inches expected. locally higher amounts are 
  possible. 

* the ground will become saturated, increasing the potential for 
  flash flooding, especially in locations with poor drainage 
  such as urban areas or in and around culverts. excessive 
  roadway ponding is also likely, and at times some roads may 
  become impassable, especially if drainage ditches overflow 
  onto roadways. 

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 kmhx 240744
ffamhx
479 

flood watch
national weather service newport/morehead city nc
344 am edt mon apr 24 2017

...heavy rain with flash flooding possible this afternoon through
early tuesday morning...

.a strengthening low pressure system will slowly move up the
carolina coastline today into tuesday. deep tropical atlantic and
caribbean moisture will be pulled northward ahead of the low 
pressure, with periods of heavy rain leading to a threat of flash 
flooding. the heavy rain and flood threat will end tuesday 
morning.

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onslow-
including the cities of greenville, bethel, farmville, grifton, 
grimesland, snow hill, hookerton, walstonburg, washington, 
chocowinity, belhaven, bath, aurora, wallace, warsaw, 
kenansville, beulaville, faison, kinston, la grange, pink hill, 
maysville, pollocksville, trenton, new bern, havelock, vanceboro,
cove city, oriental, bayboro, arapahoe, vandemere, morehead city,
beaufort, newport, atlantic beach, emerald isle, jacksonville, 
richlands, swansboro, and north topsail beach
344 am edt mon apr 24 2017

...flash flood watch remains in effect from 2 pm edt this
afternoon through tuesday morning...

the flash flood watch continues for

* a portion of eastern north carolina, including the following 
  areas, beaufort, carteret, craven, duplin, greene, jones, 
  lenoir, onslow, pamlico, and pitt. 

* from 2 pm edt this afternoon through tuesday morning

* rain showers will increase in coverage this afternoon and
  continue into early tuesday morning. the rain may be heavy at
  times with occasional thunderstorms. the episodes of heavy rain
  will lead to a potential for flash flooding. storm total
  rainfall of 2 to 3 inches is expected, with locally higher
  amounts up to 5 inches possible.

* flash flooding is especially dangerous at night as it is very 
  difficult to see the depth of water on roads. 

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 krah 240706
ffarah
766 

flood watch
national weather service raleigh nc
306 am edt mon apr 24 2017

...periods of heavy rain expected today and tonight...

.a potent upper level low and associated surface low pressure
system will track southeast from the deep south to the southeast
coast this afternoon and evening, then lift slowly northeast 
along the carolina coast tonight and tuesday.

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anson-richmond-scotland-hoke-cumberland-sampson-
including the cities of bushy fork, concord, roxboro, surl, 
oxford, butner, creedmoor, dabney, henderson, norlina, wise, 
afton, warrenton, lake gaston, roanoke rapids, pfafftown, 
stanleyville, winston-salem, greensboro, lake townsend, 
high point, burlington, graham, chapel hill, carrboro, bethesda, 
durham, research triangle, pilot, ingleside, louisburg, 
franklinton, nashville, aventon, red oak, sharpsburg, 
spring hope, rocky mount, lexington, thomasville, asheboro, ulah,
archdale, trinity, hasty, siler city, bynum, moncure, pittsboro, 
raleigh, cary, smithfield, clayton, flowers, selma, benson, 
coats crossroads, new hope, wilson, albemarle, plyler, troy, 
biscoe, mount gilead, pekin, badin lake, eldorado, 
southern pines, pinehurst, aberdeen, eagle springs, seven lakes, 
cumnock, gum springs, sanford, tramway, dunn, anderson creek, 
timberlake, duncan, erwin, angier, lillington, goldsboro, 
wadesboro, polkton, rockingham, hamlet, east rockingham, 
laurel hill, laurinburg, antioch, ashley heights, raeford, 
rockfish, silver city, fayetteville, fort bragg, and clinton
306 am edt mon apr 24 2017

...flood watch remains in effect through tuesday morning...

the flood watch continues for

* all of central north carolina.

* through sunrise tuesday.

* widespread rain will shift eastward into central north carolina
  today and tonight. rain will be heavy at times, especially this
  afternoon and evening. rainfall amounts of 3 to 5 inches are 
  expected over most of central north carolina, with locally 
  heavier amounts possible.

* flooding of local creeks and streams can be expected. water
  levels in main stem rivers will rise significantly this
  afternoon and tonight, particularly the yadkin, haw, neuse, 
  tar, roanoke, and cape fear.

precautionary/preparedness actions...

monitor noaa weather radio or your local media outlet for the 
latest forecasts and warnings. residents in flood prone areas 
should prepare for the possibility of flooding today into tonight.

$$
wgus61 krnk 240920
ffarnk
145 

flood watch
national weather service blacksburg va
520 am edt mon apr 24 2017

...expect periods of heavy rain through today...

.slow moving storm system will track from the southern
appalachians to the coastal carolinas by tuesday. this will
result in a prolonged period of rain, which will be heavy at 
times.


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including the cities of west jefferson, sparta, dobson, danbury, 
eden, yanceyville, boone, wilkesboro, yadkinville, tazewell, 
marion, bland, pearisburg, wytheville, radford, pulaski, 
blacksburg, independence, whitetop, troutdale, volney, galax, 
floyd, new castle, roanoke, salem, fincastle, lexington, 
buena vista, stuart, rocky mount, bedford, amherst, martinsville,
danville, lynchburg, appomattox, south boston, keysville, 
bluefield, and flat top
520 am edt mon apr 24 2017

...flood watch remains in effect through this evening...

the flood watch continues for

* portions of north carolina, virginia, and southeast west 
  virginia, including the following areas, in north carolina, 
  alleghany nc, ashe, caswell, rockingham, stokes, surry, 
  watauga, wilkes, and yadkin. in virginia, amherst, appomattox, 
  bedford, bland, botetourt, campbell, carroll, charlotte, 
  craig, floyd, franklin, giles, grayson, halifax, henry, 
  montgomery, patrick, pittsylvania, pulaski, roanoke, 
  rockbridge, smyth, tazewell, and wythe. in southeast west 
  virginia, mercer. 

* through this evening.

* moderate to heavy rain will take place, with an additional 1 to
  2 inches of rain likely through monday night, in some cases this
  rain falling on-top of the 2 to 4 inches of rain that has 
  already occurred. the heaviest rain thus far has fallen south of
  roanoke along the blue ridge and into north carolina. this 
  particular region will be most susceptive to flooding.

* the duration and widespread nature of the heavy rainfall is
  expected to result in significant rises and potential flooding
  on area streams, with flooding also possible along some main
  stem rivers monday and tuesday. additionally, heavier short term
  rainfall rates associated with bands of heavy rain showers could
  result in localized flash flooding along small streams and in
  urban areas. saturated ground may also result in downed trees
  and rock or mud slides. water will likely inundate poor drainage
  areas.

precautionary/preparedness actions...

a flood watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
current forecasts.

you should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible
flood warnings. those living in areas prone to flooding should be
prepared to take action should flooding develop.

&&

$$

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