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Florence Moving Through the Northeast; Heavy Rain in the Midwest; Ongoing Historic Flooding in the Carolinas

Heavy rain and flash flooding associated with Post Tropical Florence has spread into portions of the Mid-Atlantic, Northeast, and New England. Major to record flooding will continue across the Carolinas for days to weeks. Tropical moisture in the southwest will combine with a stationary boundary extending into the Midwest with potential for heavy rain and local flash flooding across the area. Read More >

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Normals were updated to use PRISM values from 1981-2010 on October 22, 2015. Any product produced on or after this date will use the new values. Prior to that date, the normals were based on PRISM data from 1971-2000.

 

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