When was the thousand year flood in SC?
In the first few days of October 2015, more than 20 inches of rain would actually fall across much of South Carolina. The event would be called the Thousand-Year Flood — an event that was only supposed to happen once every millennium.
When was the flood in South Carolina?
The historic flooding across South Carolina, October 1–5, 2015, resulted from several hydro- meteorological factors. A stalled surface frontal boundary off the coast, a slow moving upper low west of the Carolinas and ample Atlantic moisture helped set the stage for this historic event.
What was the worst tornado in South Carolina?
The largest tornado outbreak in South Carolina history was September 7, 2004 when 46 tornadoes were spawned by the remnants of Tropical Storm Francis. Last April’s outbreak produced 12 tornadoes rated EF2 or higher, this is wind speeds of at least 111 mph.
What year was Hurricane Harvey?
August 17, 2017 – September 2, 2017
What year was the Tax Day flood in Texas?
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Tens of thousands of homes flooded, multiple people died and damage totaled millions of dollars across the Houston area in what was billed as the Tax Day flood of 2016.
When did the flooding in Columbia SC happen?
People became stuck in their cars, and firefighters had to perform water rescues, even on busy streets such as Decker Boulevard in Columbia. Flooding on Caughman Road in Richland County on October 4, 2015. Damage roads were a major problem too.
When did the flooding happen in the Midlands?
In October of 2015, the Midlands saw record levels of flooding. COLUMBIA, S.C. — On the week of October 3-4 in 2015, Columbia and most of the rest of the Midlands experienced a natural disaster unlike any seen in modern history, as a system brought historic flooding to the region.
When did Caughman road flood in Richland County?
Flooding on Caughman Road in Richland County on October 4, 2015. Damage roads were a major problem too. Over 500 roads statewide were closed at the peak of the damage, and some streets and highway saw sections completely blown out.