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Greenville-Spartanburg – SC, US, National Weather Service
…FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM TUESDAY MORNING THROUGH WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON…
The National Weather Service in Greenville-Spartanburg has issued a
Flash Flood Watch for portions of northeast Georgia, western North Carolina and upstate South Carolina, including the following areas, in northeast Georgia, Habersham, Rabun and Stephens. In western North Carolina, Avery, Buncombe, Burke Mountains, Caldwell Mountains, Eastern McDowell, Eastern Polk, Graham, Greater Burke, Greater Caldwell, Greater Rutherford, Haywood, Henderson, Macon, Madison, McDowell Mountains, Mitchell, Northern Jackson, Polk Mountains, Rutherford Mountains, Southern Jackson, Swain, Transylvania and Yancey. In upstate South Carolina, Greater Oconee, Greater Pickens, Greenville Mountains, Oconee Mountains and Pickens Mountains.
From Tuesday morning through Wednesday afternoon.
Showers and thunderstorms will move into the area Tuesday and increase in coverage through the day as the remnants of Ida move into Tennessee. The showers and thunderstorms will remain across the area Tuesday night as the remnants move into eastern Kentucky. The heaviest rainfall will be Tuesday afternoon into Tuesday night. Rainfall totals of 3 to 6 inches will be possible along and near the southern facing upslope favored areas along the North and South Carolina border west to the Georgia-North Carolina border. Totals of 1 to 3 inches are possible across the rest of the watch area.
Rainfall of more than five inches in similar storms has been associated with an increased risk of landslides and rockslides. If you live on a mountainside or in a cove at the base of a mountain, especially near a stream, be ready to leave in advance of the storm or as quickly as possible should rising water, moving earth, or rocks threaten. Consider postponing travel along mountain roads during periods of heavy rainfall.