Residents of the South will want to stay abreast of developing weather conditions this weekend as the region will see a renewed threat of flash flooding at the hands of extreme rainfall over the past several days. Here is what you need to know about these risks heading into the weekend.
Flash Flooding a Concern With More Rain Headed Across the South
Drier weather is on the horizon for the South next week but not before one last storm takes aim at this part of the country over the weekend. A storm pulling up moisture from the Gulf of Mexico is forecast to push through the region, ushering in more rain and severe weather impacts.
This is a corner of the country that has been dealing with wave after wave of moisture lately with some areas recording over a foot of rain from this active weather pattern. Many waterways in the region are reaching the brink, causing forecasters to predict that flooding may be imminent in the hardest-hit communities.