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Heavy rain has been falling across portions of the Southeast over the past few days, with some of the heaviest falling from Alabama northeast into Virginia. This rain lead to flash flooding in areas, as parts of the Southeast already had had their . Some of the Monday – Wednesday totals included:
- 5.15″ – Andrews, NC
- 3.43″ – Knoxville, TN
- 3.39″ – Chattanooga, TN
- 3.29″ – Rome, GA
- 2.55″ – Blacksburg, VA
- 2.36″ – Birmingham, AL
- 1.59″ – Charlotte, NC
The front responsible for the heavy rain is slowly moving south, but is expected to stall out over southern Florida as we go through the next 24 hours. While this is going on, deep VigRx Plus tropical moisture will be surging into the region. This will help set the stage for a few rounds or waves of heavy rain for areas from the Keys to southeast Florida, especially on Friday.
Taking a look at the three day rain forecast, most of the rain across the Southeast will fall in parts of southern Florida – particularly Orlando and south. Some of the totals could exceed three inches by the time we reach Sunday morning, with some isolated 5″ amounts not out of the question
Some of the heaviest rain is expected to fall Friday across this region. The Weather Prediction Center has placed an area from the Keys up to Miami and Ft. Lauderdale under their excessive rain forecast, meaning that these areas have the potential of seeing rain amounts that exceed flash flood guidance during the day.
Taking a look at the Miami forecast, it looks like a wet weekend for the region. The best chance of rain over the next seven days will be Friday into Saturday, but some scattered showers are still possible heading into next week.
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– Meteorologist D.J. Kayser