Greenville Is Getting Cleared, Storms Move Out From Upstate, Back-To-School: Causes Power Outages
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The Weather gets cleared in Greenville country, and it is pleasant. Greenville County schools students, parents, and staff will head back to school with normal temperatures around 90 degrees.
A severe thunderstorm warning was concluded for multiple Upstate countries by 6 PM. The widespread power outages continued during the evenings. As per the information of Duke Energy’s outage map at 6:30 PM, there were still 15,244 in Greenville country without power, 13,767 staying without power in Anderson Country, and more than 3,700 without power in Spartanburg country.
The NWS at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport indicates the potential rate for quarter-sized hail, which could cause damage to vehicles and wind damage, further causing damage to power lines, trees, and so on.
Further information from the NWS stated that torrents could also be merged with these terrible storms. A meteorologist at NWS named Mike Rehnberg said, “What a lot of the models are showing is that if this line of storms moves across the western Carolinas, you’re going to get these portions of bowing segments, which are pockets of the storm that are going to produce these really sudden bursts of wind.” Wednesday will be looking dry, with the exception of a few late showers. The best possible chances of arriving in the wet weather this week. This will bring a temperature drop before they return on heading in the weekend.
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