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Tropical Depression Bertha Lifting North; Isolated Severe Across Southern U.S.; Heat Continues In West

Tropical Depression Bertha continues to weaken and lift north toward the central Appalachians and eastern Ohio Valley. Heavy rain, gusty winds and flooding are likely. Meanwhile, isolated severe thunderstorms are possible on Thursday from the Southeast to south-central High Plains. Finally, the ongoing heat wave continues in the West and will expand into the Rockies by the weekend. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, May. 28, 2020 at 4:53:39 am AST

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Showers aand isolated thunderstorms are expected to continue affecting northern Puerto Rico this evening. Then, this activity will favor eastern and southern Puerto Rico, the USVI and local waters overnight. Tranquil marine conditions with seas of up to 5 feet and winds out of the east-southeast up to 15 knots are anticipated across the local waters.
Showers are expected over portions of eastern and southern Puerto Rico, as well as over the USVI and adjacent waters. Tranquil marine conditions with seas of up to 4 feet and winds out of the east- southeast up to 15 knots are anticipated across the local waters.
Scattered to numerous showers with isolated thunderstorms are expected across the most of the local area with the most intense activity over the interior and northwestern Puerto Rico. Tranquil marine conditions with seas of up to 4 feet and winds out of the east-southeast up to 15 knots are anticipated across the local waters.
Showers are expected across portions of eastern PR and the USVI. Seas of up to 4 feet are anticipated across the local waters, with winds out of the east-southeast of up to 15 knots.
Low risk of rip currents for the local beaches.