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National Weather Service spokesman called the storms hitting the East Coast a 'once-in-200-years rainfall event'
Around 22million Americans are on 'flood watch' on the East Coast
Parts of North and South Carolina have had up to 12 inches of rain
Two deaths in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and Spartanburg, South Carolina have been linked to the storms
One woman was hit by a falling tree while another drowned in her car
Flood watches and warnings also are in effect in Delaware and parts of New Jersey, Maryland and Virginia
The search continues for 33 crew - 28 Americans and five Poles - on board a ship that went missing near the Bahamas during Hurricane Joaquin
Joaquin remains a Category 3 hurricane and is speeding up as it moves away from the Bahamas
originally posted by: thesaneone
Not sure what religion or politics have to do with a hurricane but okay.
I hope the people listened to the advanced warnings and are prepared.
originally posted by: Caver78
It's not the hurricane causing the rain....it's a Southeast Low west of Joaquin. This front will actually steer the hurricane further east, deflecting it from the east coast of the US.
originally posted by: olaru12
It's Gods wrath raining down on all the reprobates and long past time for repentance...
It's a crying shame some of the innocent are going to suffer along with the fornicators and idolaters.
originally posted by: marg6043
a reply to: St Udio
Well is been raining in GA for two or three weeks already, actually I think we have a very wet summer, my roof is starting to leak first in the second floor bathroom skylight, now the kitchen is leaking too.
Time for a new roof.