Simpsonville, SC (29680)

1:29 PM EDT on October 04, 2015 (GMT -0400)
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Location: Simpsonville, SC
Elevation: 866 ft
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Elev 866 ft 34.71 °N, 82.26 °W | Updated 5 minutes ago

62.6 °F
Feels Like 62.6 °F
Wind Variable Wind from North

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7:25 AM 7:09 PM
Waning Gibbous, 52% visible
Pressure 29.85 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Overcast 1300 ft
Dew Point 62 °F
Humidity 99%
Rainfall 3.41 in
Snow Depth Not available.
UV 2 out of 12
Pollen .70 out of 12
Air Quality Not available.
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SPECI KGYH 041726Z COR 05019G27KT 10SM OVC013 18/18 A2985
Pressure 29.85 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Overcast 1300 ft
Dew Point 62 °F
Humidity 99%
Rainfall 3.41 in
Snow Depth Not available.
UV 2 out of 12
Pollen .70 out of 12
Air Quality Not available.
Flu Activity Not available.
SPECI KGYH 041726Z COR 05019G27KT 10SM OVC013 18/18 A2985
The devastating flooding event in South Carolina will continue Sunday as a plume of deep moisture continues to stream into the area from the Atlantic Ocean. Flash Flood Warnings are posted for much of South Carolina and high tide periods will only increase the flood threat. Rainfall will begin to wane on Monday, although showers and periods of heavy rain will remain.

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Areal Flood Warning
Statement as of 12:20 PM EDT on October 04, 2015

The National Weather Service in Greenville-Spartanburg has issued a

* Flood Warning for...
Laurens County in upstate South Carolina...
southeastern Greenville County in upstate South Carolina...

* until 615 PM EDT

* at 1217 PM EDT... emergency management officials continue to report
flooding across the warned area with multiple Road closures as
streams and creeks exceed their banks.

* Some locations that will experience flooding include...
Greenville downtown... Laurens... Greenville Eastside... West
Greenville... Greer... Mauldin... Taylors... Simpsonville... Clinton and
Five Forks.

This includes the following streams and drainages... Little
River... Reedy River... Reedy Creek... Little Creek... Twomile
creek... Enoree river... gilder creek.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Most flood deaths occur in vehicles. Do not drive around barricades
and do not drive into areas where water covers the roadway. Only a
few inches of rapidly flowing water can carry away your vehicle. Turn
around... dont drown.

Please report flood water flowing over roads or threatening
property... or landslides to the National Weather Service Greenville
Spartanburg by calling toll free... 1... 800... 2 6 7... 8 1 0 1... or by
posting on our facebook Page... or tweet it using hashtag nwsgsp. Your
message should describe the event and the specific location where it

Lat... Lon 3430 8208 3433 8217 3449 8232 3455 8241
      3466 8247 3478 8245 3487 8249 3498 8222
      3485 8223 3474 8209 3470 8207 3465 8195
      3458 8186 3459 8186 3460 8184 3454 8165
      3452 8165 3437 8178 3430 8190 3420 8194


Flash Flood Watch
Statement as of 11:43 AM EDT on October 04, 2015

... Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through Monday morning...

The Flash Flood Watch continues for

* portions of northeast Georgia... Piedmont North Carolina and
upstate South Carolina... including the following areas... in
northeast Georgia... Elbert... Franklin... Hart and Stephens. In
Piedmont North Carolina... Cleveland... Gaston... Lincoln...
Mecklenburg and Union. In upstate South Carolina... Abbeville...
   Anderson... Cherokee... Chester... greater Greenville... greater
Oconee... greater Pickens... Greenwood... Laurens... Spartanburg...
   Union and York.

* Through Monday morning

* heavy rain will persist today as tropical moisture continues
to wrap westward from the Atlantic coast toward the southern
Appalachians. The precipitation will gradually diminish from
the west tonight into Monday.

* Additional storm total rainfall of 1 to 3 inches is likely
across the region... with locally higher amounts south of
Greenville and into the lower Piedmont from Abbeville to
Greenwood. This heavy rainfall is expected to produce flash
flooding along smaller creeks and streams... with significant
flash flooding possible... especially in areas that already
received heavy rain in recent days. Flooding may also develop
along some main Stem rivers and possibly persist into early
next week. People living near streams should monitor the
situation closely. Be prepared to move to higher ground if
your location is threatened by flood waters.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.

You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action
should flash flood warnings be issued. Consider postponing travel
if possible. If you must travel... never drive through flooded
roadways. Turn around... dont drown.

Wind Advisory
Statement as of 11:43 AM EDT on October 04, 2015

... Wind Advisory remains in effect until 8 am EDT Monday...

* locations... northeast Georgia... upstate South Carolina... and
western North Carolina.

* Hazards... strong wind gusts will combine with saturated soils
to knock down numerous trees and power lines.

* Timing... strong east to northeast winds will continue across
the area today... before very slowly diminishing tonight.

* Winds... northeast 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 40 mph.

* Impacts... saturated soils from recent and ongoing heavy
rainfall may weaken root systems and allow strong wind gusts
to knock down numerous trees. The falling trees may result in
power outages... block roadways... and pose a hazard to life and

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Wind Advisory means that winds of 35 mph are expected. Winds
this strong can make driving difficult... especially for high
profile vehicles. Use extra caution. Keep an eye on nearby trees
when heavy showers move through... especially those east or
northeast of your home.