More heavy rain tonight

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well, Ada is now a category one hurricane impacting all of basically Florida right now, at least most of it. Some of these outer bands feeding up into our area. We’ve got some tropical moisture from the Atlantic and from the Gulf of Mexico. And as we head into tonight things we’re going to shift a little bit. We’re still going to get that tropical moisture, but it’s gonna be enhanced by a cold front that starts to push through tonight. So are scattered showers that we’ve had throughout the day will become increasingly heavy as we go into tonight. In early tomorrow morning, we have a flood watch in effect for most of our viewing area. This is until seven o’clock tonight and then for two counties in North Carolina. We’ve got a flash flood warning in effect, as a lot of rain has fallen. Your area both Gaston in Cleveland counties. That’s in effect until this afternoon back to ADA, a category one with winds of 75 MPH. This is expected to make landfall later tonight or early tomorrow as a strong tropical storm and then move across northern Florida and eventually moved back out into the Atlantic as a strong post tropical load. We’re actually gonna have a cold front that comes through our area this weekend. That’s gonna help to nudge that along and farther away from us, which is good news. But we are watching another system. We’ve got this tropical wave that’s moving to the West and will likely become a tropical depression later this week and 80% chance that this thing is going to develop. And if it does become our next named storm and it’s looking more and more like it will that would become tropical storm iota. So continuing thio kind of travel down the Greek alphabet as we go throughout the afternoon Today we’ll see some scattered showers. Some of us will get a heavy downpour. Others might see a Sprinkle or nothing at all. But after 34 o’clock today, we’re gonna notice that rain beginning to increase for mawr and mawr of us. So mawr, included as a cold front, starts to drive through the mountains later tonight. Keep in mind, we’re still getting that tropical moisture so kind of being squeezed in between these two elements. It’s gonna be an enhanced amount of rain, starting late tonight and during the overnight hours might even have some thunderstorms. Not expecting anything severe, but just copious amounts of rain and maybe a clap of thunder or even a little bit of isolated lightning. Tomorrow morning, we’re still watching this cold front. Try and drive through the area. Still dumping heavy amounts of rain for some of us. In fact, in Lawrence, Union, Gaffney, Spartanburg, Greenwood, your rainfall totals. The latest projections have gone up since this morning. We’re gonna take a look at that here in a second. As we go into tomorrow afternoon, we’ll still have some light scattered showers here and there. Most of us do stay dry. That’s just a little bit of leftover or wrap around moisture. And then we gradually clear out throughout the day Friday. Slightly cooler air dryer, certainly drier air funneling in. And that will set the stage for a cooler, more fall like weekend ahead. So the latest rainfall projections, especially as we go into early tomorrow morning here, you could see we’re looking at most of us getting an average of 1 to 2 inches of rain. That hasn’t changed. But take a look. A little farther south and a little farther east, maybe isolated areas of 456 maybe eight inches of rain for some of us. We’ve got what we call training cells, meaning they kind of keep following one right after the other in the same location. And that’s what’s triggered a flash flood warning for part of the mountains. And it could happen again for part of the upstate, especially tomorrow morning. So here you go. It’s gonna be mild for the next couple of days, but that rainfall tomorrow, that heavy rain comes in the morning and then we should be just fine after that. Ah, little bit cooler and certainly dryer on Friday. In fact, Saturday and Sunday look to be essentially dry. We have a chance of maybe an isolated shower on Saturday when a second cold front comes through. But I do think most of us stay dry but colder air funneling in across the upstate and the mountains by the early part of next week,

More heavy rain tonight

More heavy rain tonight

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