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Re: First above-normal Atlantic hurricane season since 2012 produced five landfalling U.S. storms

Posted by hurricane on 12/18/2016, 11:14 am

From the Masters and Henson blog:

"Near record-warm ocean waters contributed to atmospheric moisture levels that were the highest on record over portions of Florida and South Carolina as Matthew moved up the coast, allowing the hurricane to dump 1-in-1000 year rains in some areas of South Carolina and North Carolina."

The so called "1-in-1000 year rains" here in coastal South Carolina was the 2nd consecutive year for such an event.

Many...many people who were affected in 2015....plus still in recovery mode from 2015....were again hammered in 2016 with Matthew.

People in coastal northeastern SC and southeaster NC are still suffering from the winds and flooding.

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First above-normal Atlantic hurricane season since 2012 produced five landfalling U.S. storms - Chris in Tampa, 11/30/2016, 5:45 pm
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