Rainfall soaks Sampson


Rain doused Sampson County all day Monday, leaving standing water on roadways and fields across the county, including this cornfield off N.C. 55 yesterday near the Sampson-Wayne County line. According to the National Weather Service, Sampson received 3-6 inches of rain, with the northern parts of the county being soaked with the higher amounts. Rainfall totals were lower in central and southern portions of Sampson. On Tuesday, a hazardous weather outlook was still in effect for central North Carolina, including Sampson, from persistent heavy rainfall over the previous 24 to 48 hours. Flooding also prompted the closures of Zoar Church Road in the Salemburg area and Warren Mill Road in the Newton Grove area.


Rain doused Sampson County all day Monday, leaving standing water on roadways and fields across the county, including this cornfield off N.C. 55 yesterday near the Sampson-Wayne County line. According to the National Weather Service, Sampson received 3-6 inches of rain, with the northern parts of the county being soaked with the higher amounts. Rainfall totals were lower in central and southern portions of Sampson. On Tuesday, a hazardous weather outlook was still in effect for central North Carolina, including Sampson, from persistent heavy rainfall over the previous 24 to 48 hours. Flooding also prompted the closures of Zoar Church Road in the Salemburg area and Warren Mill Road in the Newton Grove area.

Rain doused Sampson County all day Monday, leaving standing water on roadways and fields across the county, including this cornfield off N.C. 55 yesterday near the Sampson-Wayne County line. According to the National Weather Service, Sampson received 3-6 inches of rain, with the northern parts of the county being soaked with the higher amounts. Rainfall totals were lower in central and southern portions of Sampson. On Tuesday, a hazardous weather outlook was still in effect for central North Carolina, including Sampson, from persistent heavy rainfall over the previous 24 to 48 hours. Flooding also prompted the closures of Zoar Church Road in the Salemburg area and Warren Mill Road in the Newton Grove area.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_rain-1.jpgRain doused Sampson County all day Monday, leaving standing water on roadways and fields across the county, including this cornfield off N.C. 55 yesterday near the Sampson-Wayne County line. According to the National Weather Service, Sampson received 3-6 inches of rain, with the northern parts of the county being soaked with the higher amounts. Rainfall totals were lower in central and southern portions of Sampson. On Tuesday, a hazardous weather outlook was still in effect for central North Carolina, including Sampson, from persistent heavy rainfall over the previous 24 to 48 hours. Flooding also prompted the closures of Zoar Church Road in the Salemburg area and Warren Mill Road in the Newton Grove area.
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