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Preliminary rainfall amounts from Hurricane Isaias

Published: Aug. 4, 2020 at 10:56 AM EDT|Updated: Aug. 4, 2020 at 6:01 PM EDT
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NEWPORT, N.C. (WITN) - Some parts of Eastern Carolina received more than three inches of rain from Hurricane Isaias. The rotating storm caused two or three heavy rainfall bands to establish across the area. Flash flood warnings went up for locations along I-95 as the eye of the storm was moving through ENC.

Preliminary figures released Tuesday morning by the National Weather Service in Newport shows Williamston, Washington, and Kinston got the most rain from the hurricane.

Here are some of the locations and rainfall amounts as well as Doppler radar indicated rainfall:

  • Williamston - 3.72″
  • Washington - 3.61″
  • Kinston - 3.21″
  • Wallace - 3.00″
  • Oriental - 2.77″
  • Greenville - 2.70″
  • Bath - 2.65″
  • Havelock - 2.47″
  • Winterville - 2.39″
  • Newport - 2.35″
  • Jacksonville - 2.30″
Doppler Radar indicated rainfall totals
Doppler Radar indicated rainfall totals(WITN)

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