Flash Flood Watch Through Saturday Morning

Flash Flood Watch Issued August 21 At 4:01am Edt Until August 22 At 6:00am Edt By Nws Greenville-Spartanburg

…Flash Flood Watch In Effect From 600 Am Edt Today Through 600 Am Edt Saturday…

.A Highly Moist Airmass Will Persist Across The Western Carolinas And Northeast Georgia Through Tonight. Expect Thunderstorms Producing High Rainfall Rates This Afternoon And Into The Overnight Period Across Areas Where Water Levels Are Elevated From Recent Heavy Precipitation. Storms May Anchor Or Train Over The Same Locations And Produce Fast Rises And Flash Flooding Of Streams As Well As Inundate Poor Drainage Urban Areas.

…Flash Flood Watch In Effect Through Late Tonight…

The National Weather Service In Greenville-Spartanburg Has Issued A

* Flash Flood Watch For Portions Of Northeast Georgia, Western North Carolina, And Upstate South Carolina, Including The Following Areas, In Northeast Georgia, Rabun. In Western North Carolina, Avery, Buncombe, Burke Mountains, Caldwell Mountains, Eastern Mcdowell, Graham, Greater Burke, Greater Caldwell, Haywood, Henderson, Macon, Madison, Mcdowell Mountains, Mitchell, Northern Jackson, Polk Mountains, Rutherford Mountains, Southern Jackson, Swain, Transylvania, And Yancey. In Upstate South Carolina, Greenville Mountains, Oconee Mountains, And Pickens Mountains.

* Through Late Tonight

* Heavy Rain Will Develop Across Areas Which Have Already Received High Amounts Of Rainfall Over The Past 24 Hours. Soil Water Levels Are Running High And The Additional Heavy Rain May Produce Localized Flash Flooding.