Flood, flash flood watches up areawide until 1 pm Saturday; flood advisories underway Friday morning – KVOE

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Heavy rainfall overEvening time and the prospect of …….

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Heavy rainfall overEvening time and the prospect of extra starting Friday Evening time has prompted the Nationwide Climate Service to problem a quantity of flood alerts for the KVOE listening space.

*A flash flood watch includes Lyon, Coffey, Morris, Osage and Wabaunsee counties till 1 pm Saturday.
*A flood watch consists of Chase and Greenwood counties till 1 pm Saturday.

Metropolis and small stream flood advisories for north Lyon and parts of Osage and Wabaunsee counties have expired.

As a lot as three inches of rain has fallen throughout The world, and “a quantity of extra inches” are potential starting Friday Evening time and persevering with by way of Saturday morning. Current rain totals:

*KVOE studios: 1.75 inches
*Emporia Municipal Airport: 0.48 inches
*Hammond Heights: 1.7 inches
*Ninth and Burns: 3 inches
*Tenth and Weaver: 1.85 inches
*1700 block of Wheeler: 1.9 inches
*Bethel Nook: 2.2 inches
*Coronado Avenu: 1.7 inches
*Deerbrook Addition: 2 inches
*South and Sylvan: 1.5 inches
*Allen: 3.5 inches
*Americus: 3.75 inches
*Bushong: 3 inches
*Cottonwood Falls: 1.2 inches
*Council Grove: 5.5 inches
*Gridley: 1.3 inches
*Lake Kahola: 3 inches
*Neosho Rapids: 0.95 inches
*Olpe: 1.6 inches
*Osage Metropolis: 2.31 inches
*Studying: 4.25 inches
*Studying Lake: 4.4 inches
*Saffordville: 3 inches
*Strong Metropolis: 2.13 inches
*Thorndale: 2.65 inches
*Road 270 and P: 4.75 inches

Strong thunderstorms launched heavy rain and remoted hail to spaces north of Emporia on Thursday Evening time.

Storms developed west of Emporia and moved progressively to the east throughout The world, dropping quarter-sized hail about two miles north of Americus.

More thunderstorms are anticipated by way of Friday morning, with showers and embedded storms potential Friday Evening time by way of Saturday morning. Persist with KVOE, KVOE.com and KVOE social media for updates.