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Anyone notice the flash flooding near cedar?

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fall rates near cedar run? Very small band over the past 3 hours has dropped over 10" of rain along and just to the north of cedar run.

Latest update shows 15"

Hopefully the link works:

http://radar.weather.gov/ridge/radar. ... &overlay=01101111&loop=no

Posted on: 2012/9/6 18:34


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Link did not perform as expected, once there, click on storm total on the left column

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same storms here with maybe .10 of an inch not 10 inches

Posted on: 2012/9/6 18:53
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Re: Anyone notice the flash flooding near cedar?

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closest station to cedar run reports 1.78 inch

Posted on: 2012/9/6 18:56
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Re: Anyone notice the flash flooding near cedar?

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can you share the station reports link?

Posted on: 2012/9/6 19:20


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I think your link is delayed, cedar is cranking fast. NWS reports over 15" of rain between cedar and liberty, PA. Hopefully the fish can handle this.

http://waterdata.usgs.gov/pa/nwis/uv?site_no=01548500

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They've been handling it and surviving for quite a few years; I think they'll be OK

But that storm HAS dumped a bunch of rain there. Pine went from under 100CFS to over 3000...

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I think your link is delayed, cedar is cranking fast. NWS reports over 15" of rain between cedar and liberty, PA. Hopefully the fish can handle this.

http://waterdata.usgs.gov/pa/nwis/uv?site_no=01548500

Posted on: 2012/9/6 21:30


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if you go by the gage it only reports a little over .80 of an inch.

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Posted on: 2012/9/6 22:18
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Looks like Pine came up almost 3 ft in a very short time!
There was a line of thunderstorms heading toward Leetonia from Cherry Springs last night that dump a ton of rain.

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Pine is pumping red mud below Babb Creek, but clear above it. There was heavy localized rain along the Dixie Run area last night that crushed the area right around Morris. Babb Creek was clear up a little above where Dixie Run enters, but raging below that area.

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I don't believe that 15 inches of rain fell anywhere in PA during those storms. That's a ridiculous number. Common sense pretty much rules out that having happened.

The gauges on pine dropped pretty fast. I think pine creek and tribs can handle as much rain as will fall at this point. There are still a lot of trees ready to suck up water.

Posted on: 2012/9/9 10:38


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Pine is pumping red mud below Babb Creek, but clear above it. There was heavy localized rain along the Dixie Run area last night that crushed the area right around Morris. Babb Creek was clear up a little above where Dixie Run enters, but raging below that area.


Yes, that is the area NWS reported as having 18" of rain, with hail contaminating the estimated radar totals, however they conceded at least 12" in that area. That is a ton of rain in 3 hours in a localized spot.

Posted on: 2012/9/9 23:13


Re: Anyone notice the flash flooding near cedar?

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It was closer to 2" of rain very quickly. Had friends right in middle of it all. gage at cedar never went above 2" for precip. If there was 12" of rain there would be a disaster area.

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Here's the rainfall data for up there on that day. Looks like maybe 3-4" locally in one spot (red shading). I assume that's the place in question?

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Here's the rainfall data for up there on that day. Looks like maybe 3-4" locally in one spot (red shading). I assume that's the place in question?


You are correct, also the report about Dixie Run area looks very accurate. In the last couple of years we have had two tornadoes and now this in this one area. Is mother nature trying to tell me something?

Posted on: 2012/9/10 11:42



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