Flooding Flooding 2/17-21, 2019 (1 Viewer)

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It appears a series of disturbances along a stalled out boundary will bring a threat for widespread flooding across southeast.
 

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Yep Typical High School Soccer Season. Full of Rain LOL
 
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It is crazy how anchored the trough remains out west through 2 weeks. This is a precursor to some major river flooding (sort of like 2011 with the record Mississippi River floods).
 
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Planning on a lot of rain next week in Chattanooga. Local mets have totals ranging from 3"-12". On average they are calling for 4" locally but emphasise some models are spitting out insane amounts of rain totalling up to a foot. I have a bad feeling there will be major flooding in areas of the valley with mud and rock slides on the local mountain roads

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A bit of good news is it seems mesoscale guidance seems to be tempering QPF through early Wednesday. Nothing outrageous but a widespread 2-3" which I think most places can handle if it spread out over a day or two.
 
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A bit of good news is it seems mesoscale guidance seems to be tempering QPF through early Wednesday. Nothing outrageous but a widespread 2-3" which I think most places can handle if it spread out over a day or two.
That's good news from a flooding threat but that may be yet another major L for HUN and Huntsville broadcast mets who are still dealing with blows to their credibility from the public after the snow fiasco a few weeks ago. That worries me.
 

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