December 12, 2010 by USA Post
Rays Weather, The wet weather has been another major story last week, with BlueRidgeNow report “Flood waters devastate WNC.” According to the National Weather Service, the storm dropped 8.5 inches of rain in Rosman, 7, 63 inches at Lake Toxaway, 6.8 inches and 4 inches in Asheville, Hendersonville, by 30 November the wettest day on record for months. Downpours flooded streams and rivers, causing dozens of road closures and schools Transylvania County delayed by two hours. The floods have also exceeded the pumping station of sewage-Flat Rock, causing about 3,500 gallons of wastewater discharge into an unnamed tributary of the creek Meninger. Since then, WNC has faced an unusual cold snap in early December, with temperatures below average should continue for much of the week, according to Ray Weather Center.
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