Torrential downpours caused the flooding and damage across our mountain counties Saturday night into Sunday. Areas in Garrett, Tucker, Randolph, Preston, Grant, and Pendleton counties received upwards of 5 to 7 inches of rain, according to radar estimates and viewer reports.
Some of the reported totals from across the region include:
- Davis, WV – 5.50″
- Bayard, WV – 4.71″
- Thomas, WV – 3.90″
- Terra Alta, WV – 3.34″
- Job, WV – 3.11″
- Canaan Valley, WV – 2.96″
- Canaan Heights, WV – 2.67″
- Mountain Lake Park, MD – 2.13″
- Morgantown, WV – 1.13″
According to reports from the National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office in Sterling, VA, radar estimated amounts around 4-5 inches just west of Streby in western Grant County.
In addition, 2-4 inches of rain fell according to radar estimates in Pendleton County. This was located from Seneca Rocks to Riverton.
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