Holy Crap !!!!!!
At 1125 Pm Cst...national Weather Service Doppler Radar Indicated
Numerous Showers And Thunderstorms Training Across Mobile County.
Heavy Rains From These Storms Will Persist For Several More Hours
And Rainfall Rates Of Up To 1 To 1.5 Inches Per Hour Will Result
In Flash Flooding Mainly Over The Southern Portion Of The County.
Bayou La Batre Police Department Reported That At The Intersection
Of Highway 188 And 4 Mile...approximately 4 Feet Of Water Was Over
The Roadway...up To The Top Of Car Doors.
Holy Crap !!!!!!
At 1146 Pm Cst...national Weather Service Doppler Radar Indicated A
Severe Thunderstorm Capable Of Producing Dime To Nickel Size Hail.
This Storm Was Located Near Semmes...or About 13 Miles West Of
Downtown Mobile...and Moving Northeast At 35 Mph.
* The Severe Thunderstorm Will Be Near...
Eight Mile By 1155 Pm Cst
Saraland And Celeste By Midnight Cst
Satsuma By 1205 Am Cst
Axis By 1210 Am Cst
This Is A Dangerous Storm. If You Are In Its Path...prepare For
Damaging Winds...large Hail...and Deadly Cloud To Ground Lightning.
Take Cover In A Sturdy Shelter Until The Storm Has Passed.
It's not worse than IVAN is it?
well in Mobile this is alot more rain than Ivan dumped on us ! close to 7 here
Thats what the news said 5 hours ago
Who you gonna listen to? Them or me? Just make sure your trailer has pontoons...:)
Manomanomanashevitz... you are takin' one for the team...
This mess is still 36 hours away and already we got flood warnings up.
Supposed to be windy as shit and take powerlines down...
You'll be out of this in less than an hour...
but you did get 8+ inches in the keester...
LOL over in 1 hour
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Bulletin - Immediate Broadcast Requested
National Weather Service Mobile Al
435 Am Cst Fri Apr 1 2005
...the National Weather Service In Mobile Has Continued The Flood
Watch For Flash Flooding For The Following Counties Until Noon Cst
In Southwest Alabama...escambia...covington...washington...cone cuh...
Monroe...butler...clarke...crenshaw...wilcox...cho ctaw...baldwin And
In Southeast Mississippi...george...stone...perry...greene And Wayne
In Northwest Florida...okaloosa...escambia And Santa Rosa Counties.
A Stalled Frontal Boundary Will Remain Across The Northern Sections
Of Alabama Today. South Of The Front Periods Of Heavy To Very Heavy
Rain Will Continue. The Heavy Rain Will Come To An End Late This
Morning Over Inland Southeast Mississippi...and Early Afternoon Over
Southwest Alabama...heavy Rain Ending By Sunset Over The Eastern
Sections Of The Florida Panhandle And Adjacent Alabama Counties.
National Weather Service Radars Have Estimated Upwards Of 10 Inches
Of Rain Has Fell Since 6 Am Thursday From Southern Baldwin County
East Across The Southern Half Of The Florida Panhandle. 4 To 5 Inch
Estimates Were Common Elsewhere.
A Few Rainfall Amounts As Of 430 Am...the National Weather Service
Office In Mobile Has Received 5.24 Inches Since 6 Am Thursday With
Rain Still Falling. Pensacola Regional Airport Has Measured 10.59
Since 6 Am Yesterday With More Heavy Rain Expected This Morning. An
Additional 2 Inches Or More Remain Possible This Morning Over The
People In The Watch Area Should Continue To Be Aware Of The
Possibility For Additional Heavy Rainfall...avoid Low Lying Areas,
And Be Careful When Approaching Highway Dips And Underpasses.
Remember...most Flash Flood Deaths Occur In Automobiles Attempting To
Cross Flooded Areas. Rapidly Rising Water Can Easily Carry A Vehicle
And Its Occupants Down Stream.
Check Your Preparedness Requirements And Be Ready To Act Immediately
If Flash Flooding Is Observed Or A Flash Flood Warning Is Issued.
Stay Tuned To Noaa Weather Radio And Other Local Media For Further
Details Or Updates.
very impressive !!!
2nd pic shows that 10+ inches of rain has fallen since last night