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By: trHUrrIXC5MMX , 3:46 AM GMT on August 10, 2013
Possible tropical development in the NW Caribbean late this week...
More info later
Flash Flooding in Nashville, TN
Nashville Area Flooding on August 8, 2013
On the early morning of Thursday, August 8th, torrential rainfall of 6 to 8 inches fell during a 5 to 6 hour period in the Nashville Metro area. Significant flash flooding occurred, with the worst flooding reported in the Bordeaux, Madison, and Mount Juliet areas. Media reports indicate over 100 homes and businesses were flooded and dozens of water rescues were conducted to save people from flooded buildings and vehicles. Major flooding also resulted in some area creeks cresting at their second highest levels ever recorded, just a few feet below the record levels reached in the May 2010 flood. Flooding also affected other areas of Middle Tennessee along the I-40 corridor from Dickson County to Putnam County, with several road closures reported.
Nashville sits on Davidson county, where nearly 8" were reported
August 8 radar. Timing 5:48-6:48 AM EDT
Mt. Juliet area
I-24 in Davidson county
Visit the Nashville, TN NWS office for the entire report
I've been trying to contact admins to try to help me develop an idea which will be beneficial to those (and myself) who can't fully load (or anything similar) the gigantic picture of the chart displaying the 142 predictions for the 2013 hurricane season activity.
I plan to develop an online chart, like this one, to list out everyone in such a way where it's clearer and it will be easier to load and read. I know everyone has different internet connections, some bloggers have told me that they can't even see the chart at all because since its so big the picture never loads and break down the link.
I would appreciate any help I could get from admins, and mods as well.
Thanks for reading...
Atlanta, GA radar
Atlanta weather 2013
Typhon Utor... a major threat for Luzon...
Utor could impact Luzon Island (Philippines) as a strong and devastating category 4 hurricane equivalent typhoon... Utor could impact badly Tuguegarao.
The purple shade indicates extreme threat, including the city of Tuguegarao, and this has my hurricaneZone level 3... the worst one, the remainder red area has level 2. Manila is under orange shade has level 1.
China and Vietnam must monitor this dangerous storm.
Luzon must prepare for the worst, a very devastating storm Utor could be for you unfortunately ...
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