Heavy Rains and Possible Flooding Eastern Carolina’s

As the coastal storm (Zipper Low) develops today, heavy rains will hit the eastern Carolina’s. So far this morning, heavy rains have been impacting eastern South Carolina with up to 3 inches of rain. Flash Flood Watches have been issued for parts of South Carolina and North Carolina already. As the system develops, bands of […]

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New York City to Philadelphia to Cincinnati May Have Flooding Downpour Type Storms

Scattered thunderstorms will once again develop this afternoon from eastern New England through the Ohio Valley. As we saw yesterday, the storms were slow movers producing tremendous heavy rains and downpours which resulted in street flooding and small creeks rising. On the other side of things, the storms will bring relief to the heat by […]

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“Landcane” May Bring Dangerous Flooding

It’s a very unusual situation developing in the Plains as a small but intense storm develops today through tonight. I am using the social media meteorological phase “Landcane” to explain this little but powerful storm. The airmass across the Plains is warm and humid and that airmass will feed into the storm helping to produce […]

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Tropical System to Downpour on Texas

The tropical system has moved onto the Texas coast near Corpus Christi, TX this afternoon. The heaviest rains have so far been along the upper Texas coast near Houston, but overtime, we will see heavy rains moving inland across most of the central and northern Texas coast. The system will move into south-central Texas and […]

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Storms Explode in the Plains, Ohio Valley Soaker’s!

It’s been an active pattern with thunderstorms in the Plains into the Ohio Valley over the weekend and that pattern is not going to change very much today. Another round of severe storms will explode across the Plains while a complex of storms could bring heavy rains and possible flash flooding to parts of the […]

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Wet Pattern Continues

The pattern across the eastern half of the country has certainly been wet and that wet pattern will continue the next two weeks. The GFS model shown above clearly shows heavy rains from the Northern Plains into the Southeast. Lets be cautious about the rain in the Southeast because the GFS wants to bring another […]

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