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  • Writer's pictureKyle Sooley-Brookings

Idalia Impacts Continue Along Carolina Coast


Tropical Storm Idalia is continuing to impact the Carolina Coast today.


Idalia will weaken as it moves back into the ocean today. There is a risk of flash, urban and moderate river flooding from eastern South Carolina through eastern North Carolina.


Heavy rainfall is expected across the North Carolina coast through this afternoon.


Additional rainfall amounts of 2 to 4 inches with isolated maximum amounts of 5 inches across coastal North Carolina are expected.


Coastal flooding is also expected within the Storm Surge Watch area in North Carolina today. Tropical-storm-force winds will affect portions of the southeastern U.S. coast through Thursday.


Peak Wind Gusts

  • Perry-Foley Airport 85 mph

  • FSWN Horseshoe Beach 81 mph

  • Hamilton Crossroads 79 mph

  • Keaton Beach 77 mph

  • Sarasota Bradenton Arpt 70 mph

  • Madison County EOC 65 mph

  • St. Pete-Clearwater Intl Airport 59 mph

  • Solena 2 SE 58 mph

  • Tampa Intl Airport 58 mph

  • Venice 2 S 56 mph

  • Valdosta Regional Airport 67 mph

  • South Tybee Island 69 mph

  • Montgomery 66 mph

  • Savannah 66 mph


Rainfall totals:

  • Citrus Springs Middle School 9.48 in

  • Clearwater Beach 9.40 in

  • Chiefland 9.18 in

  • Fsu Coastal And Marine Lab 7.07 in

  • Cherry Lake 7.04 in

  • Pinetta Elementary 6.97 in

  • Arcadia 5.41 in

  • Dunnellon 5.01 in

  • Ichauway-Dubington Newton 9.31 in

  • Baxley 8.19 in

  • Brunswick 4.05 in

  • South Swamp Near Whiteville 4.33 in

  • UNCW 3.21 in

  • Black River At Kingstree 8.53 in

  • Conway 5.52 in

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