|Visible satellite image from 8:30am EDT... the center of the surface circulation is marked with a blue X. The heaviest rain and thunderstorms are displaced to the west and northwest. (NASA)|
As mentioned in previous posts, the primary threat from this will be heavy rain for eastern SC and NC. The radar composite from 8:30am EDT today shows heavy rain already affecting northeastern SC and parts of coastal NC (a current loop is available here). Rainfall totals of 2-6" are possible over the eastern Carolinas through Saturday. Some gusty winds in the 35-50 mph range could be observed along the coast as well.
|Radar composite from 8:30am EDT... only the rain within range of the various radar sites can be shown. (NOAA)|
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