Tracking the Tropics: Danny Now a Depression Moves Inland

Tracking the Tropics

10PM Update: Danny has weakened to a tropical Depression and is making its way into south Carolina. Danny made landfall just north of Hilton Head in the Low country of South Carolina. just after sunset tonight.
Danny will continue to weaken as it moves across the Atlanta metro. Rain and a light breeze will accompany this weakening tropical system.

Threats: Scattered showers are the only threat from Danny here in Alabama. Rain will start in east Alabama and track northwest.

Because Danny is a rather fast-paced storm, it not expected to be much of a big flooding rain maker. The highest rainfall totals are expected to be in isolated pockets in parts of Southern Georgia, potentially up to 3 to 5″ at most. Other places closer to the storms center are expecting only 1 to 2″ at most, which is not enough to be concerned about flash flooding.

By tomorrow morning, what’s left of the storm will have weakened into basically nothing. Wind speeds are not that impressive with this one.

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