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#1 Weatherlover

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Posted 07 October 2005 - 10:29 PM

Any reports out of the foothills on rain totals?? I have almost 6" at my house in Cleveland County.

#2 BIG FROSTY

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 01:22 AM

View PostWeatherlover, on Oct 7 2005, 11:29 PM, said:

Any reports out of the foothills on rain totals?? I have almost 6" at my house in Cleveland County.



I live in the northern foothills in surry county i've had 4.3 inches so far :guitar:

#3 ncweather

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 08:49 AM

Recieiving a moderate band of rain right now, been keeping an eye on the rain totals. I'll go see how much has fallen throughout the night.

#4 WeatherNC

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 08:57 AM

I don't know about actual. but doppler estimates have me at 8+, we have been under a flood warning for over 12 hours. The creek in my back yard has overflowed it's banks and is about half way up to the house.

Jacksonville, Onslow County

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 09:23 AM

View PostWeatherNC, on Oct 8 2005, 09:57 AM, said:

I don't know about actual. but doppler estimates have me at 8+, we have been under a flood warning for over 12 hours. The creek in my back yard has overflowed it's banks and is about half way up to the house.

Jacksonville, Onslow County


From the coastal areas of SE NC.

Wilmington International Airport was socked with 7.83 inches of rain between Wednesday and Friday night.
On Friday alone, it rained 5.91 inches in Wilmington, with the heaviest rain falling between 7 a.m. and 8 a.m., which saw 1.18 inches, said Ron Steve, a meteorologist.
In the 24-hour period between 7 a.m. Thursday and 7 a.m. Friday, National Weather Service observers reported 5.36 inches of rainfall in Supply, 4.96 inches in Sunny Point, 4.27 inches in Whiteville, 2.87 inches in Surf City and 1.87 inches in Burgaw.
As of 4 p.m. Friday, Winnabow had seen 6.96 inches; Southport saw 5.65 and Castle Hayne saw 7 inches of rain.
And there’s more to come.
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I'm building a Ark if anyone wants too know..
Whom was that yesterday that said it wasn't "all that bad"???

#6 WidreMann

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 09:47 AM

That was probably me. And it wasn't.

#7 ncweather

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 09:50 AM

So far the totals here about 2.25"

#8 QueenCityWx

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 10:58 AM

4.3" at the gastonia airport, probably more here as I am on the western end of the county but without a rain gauge.

#9 janetjanet998

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 11:17 AM

FLASH FLOOD STATEMENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEWPORT/MOREHEAD CITY NC 1205 PM EDT SAT OCT 8 2005 NCC013-081645- BEAUFORT NC- 1211 PM EDT SAT OCT 8 2005

...A FLASH FLOOD WARNING CONTINUES UNTIL 1245 PM EDT FOR BEAUFORT COUNTY... AT 1211 PM EDT...LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS REPORTED WIDESPREAD SERIOUS FLOODING ACROSS BEAUFORT COUNTY. ESPECIALLY HARD HIT IS THE CITIES OF WASHINGTON AND AURORA. NUMEROUS ROADS ARE REPORTED FLOODED AND IMPASSABLE IN THESE AREAS. HIGH WATER HAS ENTERED SOME RESIDENCES IN THE CITY OF WASHINGTON.


A PUBLIC SHELTER IS BEING OPENED AT WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL AT NOON. DOPPLER RADAR ESTIMATES THAT WIDESPREAD RAINFALL IN EXCESS OF 6 INCHES HAS FALLEN ACROSS BEAUFORT COUNTY WITH THE HEAVIEST OVER THE WESTERN PORTION OF THE COUNTY WHERE LOCALIZED AMOUNTS OF AROUND 8 INCHES HAVE OCCURRED. ADDITIONAL RAINFALL IN THE CITY OF WASHINGTON OF AROUND 1 INCH IS POSSIBLE THROUGH 1 PM...THEN THE RAIN SHOULD BEGIN TO TAPER OFF. FURTHER EAST...ADDITIONAL AMOUNTS OF 1 TO 2 INCHES ARE POSSIBLE FROM AURORA TO BELHAVEN THROUGH 1 PM

#10 WeatherNC

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 11:33 AM

We officially got hammered here in the east...

#11 ncjoaquin

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 03:54 PM

Sorry for you guys. We only got about an inch here at my house which is fine with me.

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 10:51 PM

Storm Total: 3.86 inches

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 11:55 PM

GSP totals:

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...ADDED GRAY COURT 1 & COWPENS/PAC
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREENVILLE-SPARTANBURG SC
1135 PM EDT SAT OCT 8 2005

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SUMMARY OF RAINFALL ASSOCIATED WITH THE
TROPICAL SYSTEMS WHICH AFFECTED THE AREA LATE THIS WEEK.
STORM TOTAL RAINFALL REFLECTS RAINFALL SINCE THE RAIN BEGAN
LATE WEDNESDAY OR EARLY THURSDAY. THE 24 HOUR AMOUNTS
FOR THE MOST PART REFLECT TOTALS FROM FRIDAY MORNING UNTIL
ABOUT 8 AM EDT ON SATURDAY. THERE ARE A FEW WESTERN
LOCATIONS...GENERALLY WEST OF A GREENVILLE TO LAKE LURE
LINE...THAT RECEIVED THEIR GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL IN THE
THURSDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHT TIME FRAME.

THIS IS A MIXTURE OF COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS...OTHER
OFFICIAL REPORTS...AND PUBLIC REPORTS.

THIS LIST HAS BEEN ARRANGED IN DESCENDING ORDER FROM HIGHEST
STORM TOTAL RAINFALL TO LOWEST. THE COUNTY NAME IS GIVEN IN
PARENTHESIS FOR SOME OF THE SMALLER TOWNS.


NORTH CAROLINA... STORM TOTAL 24 HOUR

5 MILES SE FOREST CITY..........13.20 12.50
CLIFFSIDE (SE RUTHERFORD).......11.11 9.78
NEAR SHELBY......................9.50 3.50
LINCOLNTON.......................9.50 6.82
HICKORY AIRPORT..................8.70 6.22
SALUDA (POLK)....................8.60 6.80
MOUNT MITCHELL (YANCEY)..........8.09 1.15
DENVER (CATAWBA).................8.00 MSG
SOMEWHERE IN GASTON COUNTY.......7.42 5.71
RAMSEY (BURKE)...................7.35 4.39
2 SW MORGANTON...................7.23 MSG
4 N BAT CAVE (IN BUNCOMBE).......6.75 4.25
RHODHISS (CALDWELL)..............6.51 4.27
4 SW SHELBY......................6.50 4.70
LAWNDALE (CLEVELAND).............6.50 MSG
GRANITE FALLS (CALDWELL).........6.50 1.50
GRANDFATHER MTN (AVERY)..........6.35 1.23
5 E LINCOLNTON...................6.03 MSG
POLKVILLE (CLEVELAND)............6.00 MSG
SHEFFIELD (DAVIE)................5.92 2.32
SHELBY...........................5.89 3.88
MORGANTON........................5.87 3.47
VALDESE (BURKE)..................5.79 MSG
BESSEMER CITY....................5.77 4.00
LENOIR...........................5.50 3.00
UNIONVILLE (UNION)...............5.50 MSG
LOOKOUT SHOALS (CATAWBA).........5.44 3.04
FOX MOUNTAIN (POLK COUNTY).......5.44 MSG
TRYON............................5.39 2.03
BTWN SHELBY/CHERRYVILLE..........5.30 2.80
PATTERSON (CALDWELL).............5.21 2.61
MT ISLAND (MECKLENBURG)..........5.12 2.63
5 E COLUMBUS (POLK COUNTY).......5.04 MSG
OXFORD SHOALS....................4.99 2.23
OLD FORT.........................4.68 1.28
GASTONIA AIRPORT.................4.50 2.46
CHARLOTTE DOUGLAS INTL ARPT......4.13 2.03
GRANDFATHER MTN (2)..............4.12 1.47
VALE (LINCOLN)...................MSG 4.12
COWANS FORD......................4.09 2.01
STATESVILLE......................4.03 2.47
BEECH MOUNTAIN...................3.96 1.48
PAW CREEK (MECKLENBURG)..........3.78 MSG
DOWNTOWN CONCORD.................3.64 MSG
LOGAN (RUTHERFORD)...............3.52 2.31
FOREST CITY......................3.51 1.78
HARRIS (RUTHERFORD)..............3.50 1.85
ROSMAN...........................3.41 0.31
SPRUCE PINE......................3.39 0.93
BRIDGEWATER (BURKE)..............3.37 2.26
BARBER (ROWAN)...................3.35 1.81
LAKE TOXAWAY.....................3.30 0.36
GUION FARMS (HENDERSON)..........3.23 0.24
HIGHLANDS........................3.02 0.64
MONROE AIRPORT...................3.00 0.42
SW ROWAN COUNTY..................2.90 1.20
FAIRVIEW (BUNCOMBE)..............2.80 MSG
MONROE...........................2.77 0.77
BLACK MOUNTAIN...................2.47 0.10
SOMEWHERE IN YANCEY COUNTY.......2.34 0.73
HENDERSONVILLE...................2.03 0.34
NE SIDE OF ASHEVILLE.............2.00 MSG
MAGGIE VALLEY....................1.80 MSG
CANDLER..........................1.69 0.36
ENKA.............................1.62 0.26
CANTON...........................1.25 0.47
BRYSON CITY......................1.22 0.53
ASHEVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT.......1.20 0.19
SAMS GAP (MADISON)...............1.18 0.90
ROBBINSVILLE.....................1.13 0.47
WEAVERVILLE......................1.10 MSG
FRANKLIN.........................1.04 0.73
BAKERSVILLE......................0.99 0.69
NEEDMORE (SWAIN).................0.94 0.41
CANTO............................0.80 0.20
CULLOWHEE........................0.79 0.47
HOT SPRINGS......................0.73 0.52
MARSHALL.........................0.73 0.28

#14 ncjoaquin

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Posted 09 October 2005 - 08:01 AM

Wow, I had less than any of those listed Buncombe totals. I barely had an inch. I hope that's not a sign for the winter. :D Of course, for the most part, the last several months I have been well above the airport and many other Buncombe reporting stations. How about that Forest City total???!!!!!

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Posted 10 October 2005 - 12:15 PM

View PostDan, on Oct 8 2005, 11:51 PM, said:

Storm Total: 3.86 inches



Aggregate storm totals starting from Thurday @ 2:00am (10/6)

4.12 inches Monroe, NC - Union Co.

Nice little bump on Saturday evening and today's (Monday) totals have reached over 1" as of 12:30pm.

#16 RaleighWX

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Posted 10 October 2005 - 12:23 PM

For the period October 6th - 8th, RDU airport got 1.85 inches.

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Posted 10 October 2005 - 12:32 PM

View PostRaleighWX, on Oct 10 2005, 01:23 PM, said:

For the period October 6th - 8th, RDU airport got 1.85 inches.


RaleighWx....I'm surprised, I thought you would have recieved more rain than that.

Better than nothing I guess..

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