Posted by on September 11, 2018

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First of all I would just like to remember those who sacrificed everything when our freedom was attacked back on September 11, 2001.  You know where you were, and everyone was in a state of panic.  I am proud to be an American and proud of the way our country was defended that fateful day.  Thank you to all who lost their lives and to the many men and women who still protect our country to this dry.  Thank you and God Bless you all!

Wow…What else can be said with the future evolution of Florence.  The weather models were in pretty good agreement and last night went crazy.  The one certainty it seems at this point is that Southeast NC and Northeast SC will get hammered with Category 4 winds and rainfall over 12”.  Some locations in Southeast NC may get as much as 30” + of rainfall.  This is a crazy situation and one that has a dramatic effect, depending on the final track that Florence will take.  I will post the erratic nature of the latest weather models in the graphics above.

Inland flooding in NC/SC is still a good possibility at this point.  The Central part of NC/SC will eventually see the effects of Florence, but most model guidance says she will slow down significantly and the flood threat is a very real one.  I do not think that the high amounts near 48” for some NC Piedmont locations will verify from earlier model data.  However, the potential for 8-15” of rainfall is still a good bet in my honest opinion and possibly more.

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