(07/24/2018)
Three inches rain fell on the US 33/119 and Cedar Creek areas of Gilmer County and other adjacent locations Tuesday evening about 5:30 p.m.

There is localized flooding.

No other information available.

WARNING ISSUED: Areas Affected: Braxton; Calhoun; Clay; Doddridge; Gilmer; Ritchie NWS Charleston (West Virginia)

A LINE OF STRONG THUNDERSTORMS WILL AFFECT EASTERN CALHOUN... EASTERN RITCHIE...SOUTHWESTERN DODDRIDGE...GILMER...WESTERN BRAXTON AND NORTHEASTERN CLAY COUNTIES.

At 633 PM EDT, radar indicated heavy thunderstorms were located along a line extending from near West Union to 6 miles southeast of Big Otter. Movement was northwest at 10 mph. Locations impacted include... Harrisville, Glenville, Pennsboro, West Union, Big Otter, Cedar Creek State Park, Harrison, Sand Fork, Pullman, Auburn, Nebo, Shock, Rosedale, Newberne, Ivydale, Berea, Stumptown, Tanner, Burnt House, Normantown and Frametown. THIS INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING HIGHWAYS... Interstate 79 between mile markers 38 and 52. Route 50 in West Virginia between mile markers 39 and 54. Torrential rainfall is occurring with these storms, and may cause localized flooding. Up to an inch and a half of rain had already fallen near Normantown in central Gilmer County.


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