Here are some viewer totals from the last 48 hours...Easley: 3.22, Six Mile: 3.84", Greer: 2.50", Lyman: 2.28", Gaffney: 1.99", and Hartwell: 1.50".
Spartanburg saw around 2", Clemson got over 3", while southern Upstate didn't see quite as much. Abbeville and Greenwood areas saw between 1 and 2 inches, while the mountains saw about that as well. More soaking rain is moving in tonight, it's just not as widespread. So, a FLASH FLOOD WATCH has been issued for Buncombe, McDowell, Henderson, Polk, Rutherford, Yancey and Mitchell counties until 7AM tomorrow. Since our soils are pretty saturated, any additional rain could mean some flooding problems. Flash flooding happens very quickly, so stay posted on any Flash Flood Warnings that are issued!
Tomorrow we'll have more scattered storm activity, mainly in the afternoon, as a front washes out and a weak upper disturbance moves in. Another front moves in late Wednesday into Thursday, which will keep small rain chances in the forecast. On Friday high pressure will settle in and bring some sunny, dry conditions for the Carolinas and GA through the weekend!
I'll be looking forward to seeing how this recent rain affects our current drought status. It should would help if we could get another soaking system early next week! There is some promise of widespread, heavy rain by next Tuesday.