Listen: Matthew, Lumberton and Myrtle discussed on Red Eye Radio
"The west of Myrtle vibe miles per hour for speed. Yeah. Five miles. Yeah. Can I can walk faster, Dan, I'll get day. Well, there's some joggers out there that can John fast. Oh, definitely. Yeah. So that's that's part of the problem that kind of forward motion with the kind of rainfall rates for getting still seeing some won the two inch per hour. Rainfall rates on radar. Do the math. That's not good. No. It isn't good. And and this is an area that has had a significant amount of brain the Carolinas up to this point in the last. Well, just this last season. Yes. So bad for the Raleigh. National weather service office told us that especially the eastern part of the state. We're all this rain is falling had their wettest summer on record. So all the lakes full, the Graham was already fairly saturated couldn't take more water, and you bring a flood of records and even puts Matthew's flooding two years ago to shame have a look at some of the river forecast records here forecasting based on the rain has already fallen and rain that will fall in some cases. These new records are five or six feet higher than the old record even. I can't even imagine the amount of devastation. That's going to wreak on some of these towns along the rivers. Yeah. Yeah. Lumberton is an example was was really hit hard as the rivers overflowed back in the back in the day of Matthew. And and so if we're talking five or six feet above that.."