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Significant Winter Weather in the Southern and Eastern U.S.

A wintry mix is expected this afternoon into tonight from the mid-Mississippi Valley into the mid-Atlantic and southern New England along a cold front. One or more waves of low pressure tracking east along this front will likely bring areas of heavy snow and significant ice from south Texas into the Carolinas Thursday night into Saturday morning. Read More >

 

Hydrology

CURRENT HYDROLOGIC CONDITIONS

CURRENT FLOOD/FLASHFLOOD WATCHES, WARNINGS AND STATEMENTS

  • Flood/Flash Flood Watch :  A Flood Watch is issued when flooding of creeks and streams is expected to develop sometime over the next 24 hours.
  • Flash Flood Warning :  Issued when rapid increases of water levels along creeks, streams, and non main-stem rivers is imminent, creating a serious threat to life and property.
  • Flood Warning   Flooding that does not occur rapidly and lasts longer than 6 hours. This product can be issued for flooding along creeks as well as main-stem rivers.
  • Flash Flood Statement :  Issued to update conditions during a Flash Flood Warning.
  • Flood Statement :  Issued to update conditions during a Flood Warning. Also used to provide information about areas of heavy rain.
  • River Statement: Lake levels along the Catawba River.

LAKE LEVELS