HEAVY RAINFALL AND FLOOD THREAT SHIFTS FARTHER NORTH

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AREA RAINFALL NOT AS BAD FOR FLORIDA AND SE GA AS EARLIER PREDICTED

Daytime downpours over Florida were not as heavy as expected. Although a few heavy showers may occur here Friday night, our 24-hr total by Saturday morning should be less than 2 inches. The 24-hr rainfall four-inch forecast has now shifted northward to coastal South Carolina.

SATURDAY AM UPDATE – Northeast Florida Friday/Friday night rainfall had less than one inch. Florida panhandle (Tallahassee westward) had two to three inches. Southeast Georgia had two to three inches (the heaviest was Brunswick with 3.12 inches).

 

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