Posted by on September 25, 2018


The system referred to as 98L should become a tropical depression or tropical storm later today but let me stress that this is NOT what was Florence and is much smaller in comparison.  This system will work in unison with a cold front that will more than likely stall over the region for several days.  The cold front that stalls will bring the increased flood threat to the region.  Not many are calling for this possibility, but I want you to be prepared and ready to move to higher ground should this come to pass.  The areas that are most at risk of flash flooding are Western NC/SC and Eastern NC/SC, but flooding is possible anywhere in NC/SC beginning on Wednesday.  Please have a plan of evacuation and even if the water has receded, be on the lookout for rapidly rising waters.  Be safe and God Bless!

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