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Posted on: August 5, 2017

[ARCHIVED] NWS Situation Update on Rain/Flooding Potential

To All:

More happy news from the NWS.  For those keeping track, the most recent wave was more to our north as it tracked west to east.  I just called the Springfield Office of the NWS and was told that the next wave should include us (Jasper County an d immediate surrounding area).  

Totals - up to 4+ inches of rain when this is finally done.

Timing - beginning darkish (meteorological term) tonight.


Please note that some counties to our north have already seen 4+ inches since early this morning.  This may result in flash floods for our area, regardless of how much rainfall we actually receive today and Sunday.


From: contact.sgf@noaa.gov <contact.sgf@noaa.gov>

Sent: Saturday, August 5, 2017 2:33 PM

To: Stammer, Keith

Subject: NWS Springfield Situation Report 3 PM Update

 

Strong storms, very heavy rainfall, and flash flooding are threats for the area through Sunday. We have increased rainfall amounts of widespread 2 to 4 inches with localized 8 inches possible! Please see the latest situation report for details on amounts and locations.

http://www.weather.gov/Sgt/sitrep

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