The THREAT Of Flooding Isn’t Over For Areas Still Suffering

 

 

Over areas that had devastating flooding last week, a stagnant barrier that has been draped over the South is lifting northward and will bring showers and thunderstorms through the early workweek.

Additional flash flooding is likely to occur in a disaster-affected area if a slow-moving storm moves through, especially along already flooded creeks and streams.

Between a half and a foot of rain fell in this area on Wednesday morning, damaging hundreds of homes and being responsible for the deaths of over twenty-four people.

Although the amount of rain is not anticipated to be anywhere like what it was during the record event, any extra rain could cause more floods.

Waterways are still high, and according to statistics from the NWS hydrologic service, it would take a few more days without any further rain for them to recede below flood status.

Communities near Knoxville, Tennessee; Hazard, Kentucky; and Asheville, North Carolina, according to forecast models, may experience some of the worst effects during the coming days.

Midweek is expected to see the development of a ridge of high pressure, which will help to reduce the likelihood of rain and give the area time to dry out.

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