Heavy rain waves are expected throughout the day as the wreckage of Nicole passes through.

Heavy rain is expected all day in South Carolina as Nicole remnants pass through. Folks, we keep seeing this flood advisory for parts of the mountains. Remnants of Nicole keep pouring in until tonight. We have an outer band. If you arrive a little later this morning and early afternoon *** more rain will be expected. There is also a *** wind advisory. Some of those flavors can be over 40 MPH in my opinion. Winds of 20-30 mph again will be expected mid-morning this morning. These winds will not last, but some winds will be rather strong from time to time throughout the night. You can see that the wind is still *** going up a bit, but *** starting to ease a little bit. So, you know, the winds are getting a little bit less tonight when that rainfall ends. But tomorrow we know that the *** cold front will pass and the wind will be very strong, but tomorrow the wind will go up to 20 or 25 mph as the frontal system pushes it. Tropical Storm Nicole is still heading our way. Wreckage will go through Greenville or move west by default around 3pm today. Our risk for bad weather is the lowest and basically for Gaffney Union Rutherford 10. Although all of us, especially east of Greenville, will see the atmosphere become a bit more unstable this morning, we know that strong thunderstorms cannot be ruled out anywhere today as these outer bands are coming in. The main concern is that there will be strong thunderstorms with pretty strong winds, but low lead turns or *** small tornadoes cannot be ruled out. The risk is low, but not zero. When we look outside the live Super Doppler 4, we can see the core spinning here in Georgia. We are still getting these outer bands. This is what gives us the main rainfall source right now. That will change when we enter the next few hours. Because that core is going to be *** a little closer, our rainfall is going to be *** a little bit higher this morning at almost 4 o’clock. See why it’s raining in live Super Doppler for HD. You can watch 8:30 at 9 this morning. At 10 o’clock, 11 o’clock, 12 o’clock and 12 o’clock, you can see that the rainfall actually increases. That’s probably where we’ll see the greatest amount of rain. And that core, the rest of the core, is right here. So as the core begins to push it, you’ll get a lot of rain with it. So when we go in, you’ll see me the most this evening at 78, if not all the rain has stopped. The wind has stopped, still a breeze and tomorrow will be a chilly front If passed *** some additional clouds in the afternoon in the northern provinces *** A very isolated shower from the mountains. But then it will calm us down as we head to Sunday. From around 4 this morning to 6 or 7 tonight, how much rain will we be able to easily squeeze out of another half an inch or more. So more. So it’s already gone. So as we go tomorrow, there’s a cold front pulling cold, dry air from Canada. It won’t be cold tomorrow, but it’s Sunday Monday Tuesday. The weekend is over and much cooler air is arriving by the beginning of next week. It will feel like a tropical night today. We have *** a lot of moisture and *** a lot of warmth. It will be *** higher than normal at this time of year. Veterans Day tomorrow will still be slightly higher than normal. But as that front system passes, it will sweep away any excess moisture, any excess moisture from the atmosphere. And we have cold, dry air reaching sub-zero temperatures in the northern regions by the mountains on Monday, freezing temperatures on Sunday, Monday, and perhaps Wednesday mornings. Heavy rain is expected throughout the day in South Carolina as the Nicole wreckage passes. 7:43 AM EST Friday, November 11, 2022 Waves of heavy rain will continue through Upstate, South Carolina, all day long. The school district changes on Fridays due to weather in our area. This comes from Nicole’s remnants. Nicole wreaks havoc when it churns Florida with hurricanes and tropical storms. (View full forecast above) Latest weather alerts for your area. In any tropical system, isolated, short and weak tornadoes cannot be excluded. The threat is higher in eastern Carolina, from Charlotte and Columbia to the coastline, as they are more unstable east of the storm. A flood advisory is in effect for parts of the Western North Carolina Mountains through Friday night. Due to the current route in our area, our serious threat is low. A two-way radar excitation also saw gusts of up to 40 miles per hour, so a wind advisory is in effect for the mountains, north and northeast Georgia through Friday night. A strong cold front will swing through the area on Saturday, adding some clouds to the north and isolated showers in the mountains. Much cooler air will arrive on Sunday and temperatures in the area will drop below freezing by early next week. Greenville, South Carolina — Waves of torrential rain will continue through the Upstate, South Carolina, all day Friday. The school district changes on Fridays due to weather in our area. It comes from the remnants of Nicole who caused the havoc that ravaged Florida with hurricanes and tropical storms. There will be 1-3 inches of rain throughout the day. (View full forecast above) Latest weather alerts for your area. In any tropical system, isolated, short and weak tornadoes cannot be excluded. The threat is higher in eastern Carolina, from Charlotte and Columbia to the coastline, as they are more volatile east of the storm. A flood advisory is in effect for parts of the Western North Carolina Mountains through Friday night. Due to the current route in our area, our serious threat is low. A two-way radar excitation also saw gusts of up to 40 miles per hour, so a wind advisory is in effect for the mountains, northern and northeastern parts of Georgia through Friday night. A strong cold front will swing through the area on Saturday, adding some clouds to the north and isolated showers in the mountains. Much cooler air will arrive on Sunday and temperatures in the area will drop below freezing by early next week.

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