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Excessive Rainfall in the Carolinas and Southern Rockies; Dangerous Heat has Returned to the Western U.S.

Heavy to excessive rainfall may lead to areas of flash and urban flooding over parts of the southern Rockies and eastern Carolinas today continuing over the southern Rockies through the weekend. Dangerous heat persists over the Southwest U.S. through the middle of next week while spreading into the northern Rockies and High Plains from the interior Northwest. Read More >



Current Conditions as of 8:00 AM EDT Fri Jul 19 2024
Location Air Temp
(°F)
Wind
(kts)
Water Temp
(°F)
Wave Height
(ft)
Colchester Reef67SW4G5N/AN/A
Diamond Island63SW6G1071.5N/A
Burton Island68SW3G4N/AN/A
Note: Marine observations listed above are largely maintained outside of the control of NOAA/NWS, and thus, may be old or missing at times. Colchester Reef, Diamond Island, and Burton Island are owned by the Forecast Ecosystem Monitoring Cooperative. The Schuyler Reef buoy is operated by the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory and is experimental for only the summer of 2021.

 
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Forecast Valid: 6AM EDT Fri Jul 19, 2024 to
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