Chuck, I just pulled up the Columbia SC Radar. Columbia seems to be the
center of rotation. Tina should be getting some rain very shortly.
Tullahoma, TN USA
On 9/2/2016 1:33 PM, Chuck Norcutt wrote:
If you blow this UKMET storm tracker map to max (+ the slider at upper
left) I live about in the middle of the purple dash that's between the
purple circle in South Carolina and the North Carolina border... but
only about 4 miles from the coast.
The rain storm is turning into a thunderstorm now. Lots of heavy
rumbling going on. (pause) It's about 15 minutes later now. The
thunder and wind have subsided enough for me to go check and empty the
rain guage again. So far (2:25pm) we've had 10.3" of rain (as
measured at my house) and are under a flash flood watch. The stream
that runs beside my house has overflowed its normal banks and is
running across part of my lawn. (nothing to worry about) The pond has
overflowed its relief channel and is flowing into the stream. (pause)
Everything just got real quiet. I can see by the radar we're in the
middle of a lull. More heavy stuff is coming.
On 9/2/2016 1:03 PM, Chris Trask wrote:
UKMET Storm Tracker is showing a similar forecast:
The latest NOAA trajectory
shows it strengthening to a hurricane 8 AM Monday but then turning
northeast and dropping back to tropical storm strength.
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