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Flood advisory for Sussex Co showing 3" of rain already fallen. It must have poured overnight for us to be up to 3"
Anyone have link to map of already fallen precip?
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View Postweathergeek87, on 23 July 2018 - 09:46 AM, said:

Flood advisory for Sussex Co showing 3" of rain already fallen. It must have poured overnight for us to be up to 3"
Anyone have link to map of already fallen precip?
My mom measured 2.7" in Lafayette. Plus more today from the scattered downpours.
It's into an interesting pattern. The radar today was little blotches all over the place, running from south to north. It rained about 12 different times today for a few minutes each. And every time it rained there was blue sky visible and twice the sun was out while raining.
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The weather has changed every 10 seconds for the last 36 hours. One second pouring rain, then sun. Back and forth. It's more Florida-like than actual Florida.
For example, it was just sunny 5 minutes ago.
Now pouring.
Everything is so lush. Looks like another several days of this
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Sun and pouring rain and thunder right now as I am under a training band. This is pure tropics
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We've had two downpours earlier, then one quick spritz. In between all the sun has been out. For the moment, it's dried out a bit and the dew point has gone a tad lower. It's not bad right now.
I just see the flash flood watches that have been issued through tomorrow night.
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View Postgpsnavigator, on 24 July 2018 - 02:39 PM, said:

We've had two downpours earlier, then one quick spritz. In between all the sun has been out. For the moment, it's dried out a bit and the dew point has gone a tad lower. It's not bad right now.
I just see the flash flood watches that have been issued through tomorrow night.

The stationary front which is causing the heaviest rains to fall over eastern PA is expected to nudge east tomorrow and Thursday putting NW NJ and Hudson Valley into the heaviest sector of rains.
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Here in Clifton the very heavy downpour has tapered off to light rain. .94" since 5 a.m. Heaviest rate (2.28") at 5:58 a.m.

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Sun trying to come out here in Brooklyn
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It looks like the heaviest rain has remained just west today (so far). We did get another round of on and off heavy showers among a couple breaks of sun.
Irregardless, it is still gross out. Looking forward to a couple of drier days.
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Some heavy rain about to hit Nassau County.
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Torrential rain right now in Staten Island. Horrible to drive. Can't really see anything.



Coming home from Pt Pleasant was a disaster.
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