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Texas Storm Chasers 14h
Our confidence is increasing that a heavy rain/flood event could have noticeable impacts across portions of the Big Country, Texoma, N Texas, and NE Texas as soon as early Friday afternoon. Those impacts would continue into the night Friday.
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NC Emergency Managem 17h
Major river flooding continues across eastern NC. The Lumber, Cape Fear & Neuse Rivers are being monitored closely & are expected to crest in the coming days. Even after they crest, flooding will continue into next week & may be slow to recede.
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USGS Sep 19
An updated data visualization shows the path took through the Carolinas and streamgage measurements spiking as the storm’s extreme rainfall caused intense flooding.
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S.C. National Guard 20h
D-Co, 1-118th Infantry Soldiers from Marion assist manning a traffic control point w/ Highway Patrol to safeguard travelers from driving into a flooded and washed-out roadway near Nichols. (📹by Master Sgt. Carl Clegg )
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Horry County EMD Sep 18
Please do not drive into floodwaters. It’s better to go the long way around or stop while you’re ahead than to end up stuck in an immobilized car as waters rise around you.
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Fayetteville Police Sep 19
There are several roads that are still closed near the Cape Fear River due to flooding. PLEASE don't move barricades and don't drive through water.
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Texas Department of Transportation Sep 13
Here's to hoping this catchy tune gets stuck in your head. It could save your life.
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NCDOT Sep 20
Just because rain isn't falling, doesn't mean waters aren't rising. New closures are expected today. Remember to NEVER try and drive through flooded roads
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Texas DPS Sep 14
The State Operations Center at DPS HQ Austin will be monitoring continued rainfall and possible flooding due to remnants of a tropical disturbance that will affect Texas weather through the weekend. Heed warnings, monitor local weather and
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Jay R. Jordan 18h
NEW: Flash flood warning for NE Houston until 5 p.m. Could affect rush hour. Be careful, drivers! REMEMBER: DETAILS:
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MedStar EMS Alerts 4h
On Sept. 8th, our last major rain event, MedStar crews responded to 49 injury crashes (7 of them rollovers) and 2 submerged vehicles with a total of 3 deaths. Please be weather aware, drive CAREFULLY and Let's not meet by accident!
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Zach Stanford 16m
10:17 AM - FLASH FLOOD WARNING issued for Carter, Garvin, Johnston, Murray, Pontotoc & Stephens Co. until 01:15 PM.
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Horry County EMD Sep 18
Floodwaters are a risk to everyone and everything—a couple inches can ruin a home, 6 inches can sweep an adult off their feet, and 12 inches can float a car. , , and evacuate if needed. (Video taken near Long Avenue in Conway)
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NWS Sep 14
In addition to areas being pounded by Florence, areas of south Texas are seeing a threat for flash flooding today. Please make the right choice when you encounter water over the road. . You have people counting on you to make the right decision.
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Zach Stanford 48m
09:45 AM - FLASH FLOOD WARNING issued for Blaine, Canadian & Kingfisher Co. until 12:45 PM.
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TxDOT San Angelo 3h
Do not drive around the barricades we place on the road! They are there for a reason! This is what happened to a couple who disregarded the road closed sign & drove thru a flooded crossing on Sept. 13 on FM 864. They survived but their 2 dogs did not.
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NWS Newport/Morehead Sep 16
Hurricane Floyd levels surpassed in Chinquapin and Trenton NC this morning. This catastrophic flood event is unfolding at this time. Flood waters still rising.
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CDC Emergency Sep 17
Return to your home or business ONLY after local authorities say it is safe to do so. Do NOT drive into flooded areas. . Learn more:
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Marcy Novak 5h
Flash flooding will be likely with heaviest storms today. Heaviest rain falls after 8 AM this morning through 5 PM this evening.
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Jeff George 2h
Heavy rain is likely through the afternoon. Widespread 2-3” of rain, with locally higher amounts is expected to flood many areas. FLOOD WATCH remains in effect.
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