If we get 6-9in we know I-20 will flood in areas, 85 ITP will along with all these backroads in our parts. We have a ton of all small bridges that can flood with that much water. Traffic will be horrible Thursday night and Friday morning. I-20 near 6 flags is where I’ll look for flooding. I remember that one September flood a few years back where that whole HWY was shut down due to flooding.Haven’t seen 8” of rain in a while. I don’t even know what that’ll do here
I think it's good, someone is going to push double digits in Nga or the upstate where the where the heaviest rain with the initial stuff that gets going tomorrow afternoon can overlap with the heaviest rain directly tied to the circulation itself.They are trolling me
That honestly makes no sense to me. This looks like the perfect upslope set up for the western Upstate... I truly think that area should see 5-7 inches easy and that is GSP’s thinking as well.Justus showed his forecast rain totals, showed 1.9 for me after showing 5.7 last night. Why on earth did he bail when the models and the WPC seem to be in decent agreement of at least 3-5+ here?
I think your right on that and I think we will know by tomorrow afternoon exactly where that boundary sets up because I won’t be shocked to start seeing rain develop along it by then.This is definitely an I-85 rainfall event. With this setup, I can pretty much guarantee there will isolated 10-12 inch totals, especially in areas close to the wedge boundary.
It’s going to be close. Especially along that wedge boundary, which could fluctuate north or south.
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johnny c called him, and told him to do it! He can never get rid of the Ghost of John CJustus showed his forecast rain totals, showed 1.9 for me after showing 5.7 last night. Why on earth did he bail when the models and the WPC seem to be in decent agreement of at least 3-5+ here?
Lol. You have to be trolling at this pointI may end up being right after all. May be a non event for many of us. Other models will probably shift way south tonight. The GFS is bone dry after this right through day 16 too so if this does miss we are headed into a drought. May get a taste of what CAL, ORE and WASH are going through with the fires. A repeat of 2016.