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Hurricane Sally Inland Effects

ryan1234

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Wow BHam went for 6-8in to maybe .5in.
The eastward trend never fails. Let’s try to remember this going into winter. Lol.

Meant to add we normally deal with the NW trend. So, I misspoke. But let’s hope this a good view into winter.

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No change from me. I’m thinking very little rains. But sure gonna rain further south around Georgia. I’m thinking 1” here I think is possible with less further north into the blue ridge of Virginia.
 

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Worth noting to that the NAMs have ticked north a bit with that boundary, it’s getting close to CLT
Well regardless of us getting some nasty storms, we can pretty much guarantee that Charlotte will have some significant flooding issues. Especially being that close to the boundary.


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Well regardless of us getting some nasty storms, we can pretty much guarantee that Charlotte will have some significant flooding issues. Especially being that close to the boundary.


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Same I feel like CLT is far enough NW that severe won't be that much of an issue at all compared to the flooding.

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Same I feel like CLT is far enough NW that severe won't be that much of an issue at all compared to the flooding.

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Agreed. Though it wouldn’t shock me to see a rouge severe storm or 2 making their way somewhere in the area. But flooding yes. If I lived on a river bank, I’d be investing in some sandbags, at the very least.


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Agreed. Though it wouldn’t shock me to see a rouge severe storm or 2 making their way somewhere in the area. But flooding yes. If I lived on a river bank, I’d be investing in some sandbags, at the very least. And a really messing Friday commute!


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