Garrett’s Blog: Fog, More Rain Wednesday

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Another day, another chance for showers on Wednesday.

Locally dense fog may develop in between rounds of rain and might be most widespread the next few mornings. A dense fog advisory is in effect.

Here are the need-to-knows:

  • Very heavy rain Wed morning into early afternoon
  • Low severe risk
  • Flash flooding risk elevated; breaks in the rain have helped drainage

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This is the upper low causing all of the rain. It’s spinning counter-clockwise across the southeast and we’re seeing disturbances move off of that low and cause numerous rounds of rain.

Here’s the timeline

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6am: Expect the rain to become more widespread again as the storms lift from the south to the north.

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Noon: Most of the heavier rain will be shifting east; scattered rain expected to continue.

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6pm: Spotty showers will continue but the intensity will be less than the morning round.


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