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Hurricane Sally Inland Effects

BirdManDoomW

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Sally is stiring up the Gulf Stream tonight off North Carolina. I think they need to include a flash flood watch around Wilmington. 40E09FB8-BE9C-4722-B671-12689D00933B.jpeg
 

Chazwin

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Well, we can kiss any threat of a Sept/Oct drought, goodbye! That will get us into low cape/high shear severe weather season in November. I don't know about you all, but I am happy to be entering fall with no drought. And what should be average fall temps. Couldn't ask for anything more!
Absolutely!!! The next 36-48 hours will be nasty, but when we are enjoying sunshine, 70 degrees and low humidity this weekend, it will feel great. I honestly don’t remember the last time we had any true fall weather this early with how freakin hot September and early Octobers have been lately
 

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Here’s what I’m thinking..two purple box areas could see 4 to 6”. In the yellow middle closer to 2-4”. North of there 1-3”. Just a rough outline..won’t be exact. Just for the Carolinas and Virginia. View attachment 48853
This is the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen, even if there is a slither of accuracy in there, just ridiculous. Tick tock birdman tick tock
 

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Dang, Buford must be getting the shaft. Only got .25 back home so far.
I think we are gonna see 3-
Dang, Buford must be getting the shaft. Only got .25 back home so far.
NW trend.... just practicing
Looks like Glenn Burns totals is gonna be a bust on the amount of rain I still think it will be more than what he is predicting.. 3-5 is a good bet above Atlanta and 4 to 6 south..Most of the heavy rain is well north of sally. And looking at the radar there is a lot of heavy rain coming straight north and it will pouring
all night in north Georgia
 

BufordWX

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Saw a station in Buford with .65 and .56 a few minutes ago. Dacula which is right down the street is .5 and Jefferson is and .23. It’s definitely spotty right now.
I’m a few miles south of Downtown Buford. It does look like the rainfall rate is starting to increase a bit though. I think 2-5 inches tonight is gonna be reasonable.
 

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That is where my home is, but I’m at college in Oklahoma right now. I still got my rain gauge out there. I was specifically mentioning where that was.
Atlanta is marked with the black dot. You can see all the higher totals so far have been on the east side of the city. So I-85 or Hwy78 zone might be the sweet spots.
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