FINAL CALL RAINFALL FORECAST: Major Flooding Imminent as Remnants of Ida Likely to Dump 5-8″ of Rain for Many

Scattered heavy rain has already begun in parts of the state as this 24-36 hour deluge is just about to get going. Moderate to major flooding is now projected for many creeks in southern PA, and we will be monitoring the larger rivers for rises into minor flood stage. In addition, many of the usual…

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RAINFALL & RIVER FLOOD FORECAST: Significant Flooding Now Expected Across Parts of PA Wednesday into Thursday

OUR FINAL CALL FORECAST HAS BEEN POSTED: As Ida moves closer to the region, our confidence that widespread flooding will occur continues to increase. The state has not seen this kind of event since Tropical Storm Lee in 2011, and while it’s unlikely Ida will bring similar impacts as Lee, significant impacts are still expected.…

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RAINFALL FORECAST: Hurricane Ida to Bring Flooding Rainfall to Areas of Pennsylvania Wednesday into Thursday

SECOND CALL RAINFALL FORECAST POSTED: Hurricane Ida will be the third tropical system to impact Pennsylvania this hurricane season and it’s still just August. Hurricane Ida made landfall in Southeast Louisiana Sunday afternoon as a strong category four storm with winds of 150 MPH. Ida will slowly make its way our direction, but will not…

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Hurricane Ida Forecast to Make Landfall Sunday As 140 MPH Cat. 4 Hurricane; Watching Potential Impacts on Pennsylvania Next Week

A Category 4 Major Hurricane Ida is expected to make landfall Sunday afternoon in Southern Louisiana, where mandatory evacuations are ongoing. Winds at landfall are modeled to be around 140mph, with higher gusts possible. Conditions in the central Gulf of Mexico will be very favorable for rapid intensification. Here is the latest forecast from the…

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T.D. Fred to Bring Heavy Rain & Flash Flood Risk + Spin-Up Tornado Risk In Parts of Pennsylvania Wednesday

Tropical Depression Fred is already producing heavy rain across the southern Appalachians as well as an enhanced tornado risk in the Carolinas, and all those impacts will quickly be making their way up into our region by Wednesday. Moderate to heavy rain will persist through much of Wednesday across the Alleghanies and Appalachians, and a…

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