Major Flooding to Potentially Affect Areas from Texas to Michigan

started by Weathergeek666, April 27, 2019
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  • There is the potential for parts of the Midwest and Southern Plains to see rainfall in the 1-8 inch range next week, with parts of Central and Eastern Texas likely to see the greatest totals. Central and Eastern Oklahoma, Eastern Kansas, Central Missouri, Central Illinois, and Central Indiana have the chance to see anywhere from 3-5 inches of with higher totals possible.

    Flood:con: the chance of flooding rain (3 or more inches of rain) to fall within 25 miles of a location within a 6-hour period on that day.This works like the Tor:con so a 4 means a 40% percent chance of 3 or inches of rainfall within a 6-hour period on that day.

    These are for next week Monday to Friday

    Eastern and Central Texas: 4 = 40%

    Eastern and Central Oklahoma: 3 = 30%

    Eastern Kansas, Central Missouri, Central Illinois, and Central Indiana: 2 = 20%

    Flood:con is my own idea based on the Tor:con please tell me what you think about Flood:con below.

    Everyone please remember TURN AROUND DON’T DROWN!!!!

     

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