Weather Alert
Catawba County, NC
Status: Alert Ended
Start: 5/23/24 9:04 PM
End: 5/23/24 10:00 PM
Dur: 00:56
Canceled 5/23/24 10:00 PM

Flood Advisory issued May 23 at 9:04PM EDT until May 23 at 10:00PM EDT by NWS Greenville-Spartanburg SC

* WHAT...
Flooding caused by excessive rainfall continues.

* WHERE...
Northeastern Catawba County and west central Iredell County in North Carolina.

* WHEN...
Until 1000 PM EDT.

Nuisance flooding of low-lying areas adjacent to streams and other poor-drainage areas, including farmland, parks, greenways, boat-access areas, golf courses, underpasses, and parking lots. Isolated, shallow flows over roadways is possible.
A few flood-prone, low-water crossings may become impassible. A small culvert washout or two is possible.

- At 854 PM EDT, Heavy rainfall has ended across the Advisory area. Earlier this evening, between 1.5 and 3.0 inches of rainfall occurred between Statesville and the Catawba River inlet to Lake Norman, causing significant rises on small streams feeding the Catawba River, especially along Powder Springs Branch near Lake Norman State Park. High flows continue on Powder Springs Branch and nuisance flooding of adjacent low-lying areas may be ongoing near Ivey Ostwalt Rd and E Monbo Rd. The Flood Advisory will continue until closer to 10:00pm to allow high flows to decrease below critical levels.
- Nuisance flooding may continue near or within the following locations...
Statesville, Troutman, Catawba, Lake Norman State Park, Lake Norman and Sherrills Ford.
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