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Heavy Rain, Local Flooding Along the Central Gulf Coast

A slow moving front will provide the focus for heavy rain and local flooding from the Texas Gulf Coast to the Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama coasts today. The front will shift to the Florida Panhandle and Southeast Tuesday. Severe storms are possible in west Texas, while record warm temperatures spread across the west. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, May. 22, 2017 at 5:28:41 pm AST

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Hazy skies will prevail over PR and USVI. Isolated showers are possible mainly over eastern PR and USVI. Seas up to 5 feet and winds up to 15 knots are expected for local waters.
Partly cloudy skies and hazy. Showers can be expected across the northwestern portions of PR. Isolated showers are possible elsewhere. Sea 2-4 feet and east winds up to 15 knots continue across the local waters.
Mostly clear but hazy skies. Some isolated showers are possible across the eastern parts of the islands and surrounding waters. Seas 3-5 feet over the Caribbean waters and seas 2-4 feet over the Atlantic waters can be expected tonight.
Low to moderate rip current risk.
Sun timing and moon phase for the week of May 21st to May 27th.


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