All eyes were, and continue to be, on the tropics this week with the evolution of what now is Tropical Storm Barry. Here are some of the biggest weather facts from the week.
- On Monday, July 8, the mid-Atlantic region experienced record flash flooding.
- Clarksburg, MD received 3.28″ in just 45 minutes.
- Ten Mile Creek near Boyds, MD jumped from 2.62′ at 7am to 7.73′ at 7:30am. Just 30 minutes.
- The National Hurricane Center (NHC) began publishing advisories on Potential Tropical Cyclone Two at 10am CDT on Wednesday, July 10.
- Late Wednesday, July 10, hurricane watches began to be issued for parts of the Gulf Coast ahead of the storm.
- On Thursday, July 11, hurricane warnings began to be issued for parts of the Gulf Coast ahead of the now Tropical Storm Barry.
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