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Posted: Sat Sep 23 06:17:49 2017

...Locally Heavy Rain in Showers This Morning...


Isolated to scattered showers over the Atlantic will push toward the coast this morning, bringing brief moderate to heavy rain to a couple of spots along the coast. Rainfall may be locally heavy, first near the coast this morning, and then further inland this afternoon as showers and even a few thunderstorms develop and move toward the west. Skies are expected to become increasingly cloudy through the day, with highs ranging from the mid to upper 80s along the coast to near 90 inland.

Breezy onshore flow and a large swell from distant Hurricane Maria will lead to dangerous beach conditions today. The risk for rip currents will be high, and surf will become very rough. Swimmers are strongly encouraged to stay out of the water.

Posted by Meteorologist - wau


Posted: Fri Sep 22 21:24:42 2017

...Increasing Chance for Onshore Moving Showers and Locally Heavy Rainfall Along the Coast Overnight...


Isolated showers will continue to develop over the Atlantic waters and move onshore and inland as they weaken through late evening. Then past midnight, chances for onshore moving showers and a few thunderstorms will increase through early Saturday morning. Any persistent shower bands or storms that develop overnight along the coast will have the potential to produce locally heavy rainfall up to 2 to 3 inches. These amounts may cause minor flooding of roadways and poor drainage areas.

Skies will range from mostly to partly cloudy overnight, with lows forecast in the mid to upper 70s along the coast and low to mid 70s over the interior.

Posted by Meteorologist - dkw


Posted: Fri Sep 22 19:24:09 2017

...Isolated to Scattered Showers Moving Onshore Into Tonight...


Isolated to scattered showers and possibly a thunderstorm or two will continue to develop over the Atlantic waters through this evening and overnight, moving westward and onshore along the coast. This activity will weaken and eventually dissipate the farther inland it moves. Persistent shower bands may develop, mainly past midnight, and will have the potential to produce locally heavy rainfall amounts along the coast, causing minor flooding of roadways and low lying areas.

Skies will range from mostly to partly cloudy into this evening with temperatures falling into the mid to upper 70s.

Posted by Meteorologist - dkw