This being said, I have had over 2 inches of rain and could easily see another 1…


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This being said, I have had over 2 inches of rain and could easily see another 1 to 2″ depending on storms. BUT, this is very sad for those folks seeing one to 2 feet of rain! Property damage is excessive. Pray for these people!


Models aren’t seeing the huge MCV (convective vortex) in southern Georgia, northern Florida, and that’s definitely going to throw off the rain amounts furthern north in the Carolinas, northern Georgia , eastern Tennessee and most of Virginia.. 12″ to 23″ of rain has occurred from Mobile to northwest Florida, much of it coming in two huge MCV events, and each one robs areas further north. So I’m dropping my rain forecast amounts DRASTICALLY in most of central and western VA, NC, SC, all of northern GA, east TN, due to timing of the front and not much chance of recovery before the front moves through. By this evening, the eastern seaboard could see an uptick in the rain though, but the front slicing across the mountain chain puts an end to rain chances further west. Sorry about the huge bust, but there simply won’t be that much rain from between Atlanta, Charlotte and Richmond with this event…some, but not much and certainly no flooding chance now. Look at the last few hours of radar to get an idea of how deep convection along the Gulf shuts off the moisture transport: #gawx #scwx #ncwx #vawx #tnwx


This being said, I have had over 2 inches of rain and could easily see another 1 to 2" depending on storms. BUT, this is very sad for those folks seeing one to 2 feet of rain! Property damage is excessive. Pray for these people!


Models aren't seeing the huge MCV (convective vortex) in southern Georgia, northern Florida, and that's definitely going to throw off the rain amounts furthern north in the Carolinas, northern Georgia , eastern Tennessee and most of Virginia.. 12" to 23" of rain has occurred from Mobile to northwest Florida, much of it coming in two huge MCV events, and each one robs areas further north. So I'm dropping my rain forecast amounts DRASTICALLY in most of central and western VA, NC, SC, all of northern GA, east TN, due to timing of the front and not much chance of recovery before the front moves through. By this evening, the eastern seaboard could see an uptick in the rain though, but the front slicing across the mountain chain puts an end to rain chances further west. Sorry about the huge bust, but there simply won't be that much rain from between Atlanta, Charlotte and Richmond with this event…some, but not much and certainly no flooding chance now. Look at the last few hours of radar to get an idea of how deep convection along the Gulf shuts off the moisture transport: #gawx #scwx #ncwx #vawx #tnwx