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Rain gauge map: Charlotte totals at 72 locations. Some areas see more than 10 inches since Friday.

A man is rescued from floodwaters in Union County

A man had to be guided to safety after his car stalled in Indian Trail, North Carolina, Sept. 16, 2018, as rising waters from Florence threaten the area.
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A man had to be guided to safety after his car stalled in Indian Trail, North Carolina, Sept. 16, 2018, as rising waters from Florence threaten the area.

As of 5:20 p.m. Sunday Mecklenburg County had recorded a maximum rainfall of 10.7 inches since Friday afternoon, with that high showing up in the Matthews/Stallings area. Other notable numbers: 10.6 inches in the Matthews, 10.1 inches at Providence High School and 9.9 inches at McAlpine Creek Park off Sardis Road, according to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Flood Information and Notification System.

The storm is expected to drop up to 15 inches of rain onto Charlotte over the coming days. That much rain could flood many communities along creeks and waterways.

Tropical Storm Florence will likely bring rains, floods and tropical storm-force winds to Charlotte this weekend, and that could cause flooding, the National Weather Service warns. Residents can also expect power outages.

Click here to see if your home is at high risk of flooding.

Search the map below for flooding in your neighborhood.

(This map was last updated at 5:20 p.m. Sunday. For current rainfall totals, go here. Source - Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services.)

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