‘Over 10 trillion gallons’ of rain in NC would have unprecedented results, experts say

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(Worthy News) - Weather experts have talked of rainfall predictions in terms of inches a lot this week with Hurricane Florence meandering toward the East Coast.

One meteorologist used a different unit of measurement Wednesday regarding the forecast that the National Weather Service says would be unprecedented if it becomes reality.

Weather.us meteorologist Ryan Maue crunched some numbers and tweeted that North Carolina’s 7-day rainfall forecast by the National Weather Service’s Weather Prediction Center would be like getting “a total of over 10 trillion gallons” of rain from Florence. The math was based on the projected state average of 10.1 inches of rainfall for that time span. [ Source: News Observer (Read More...) ]

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