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Last Map Update: Sun, Sep. 20, 2020 at 5:27:29 pm EDT

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Early Evening...Numerous showers will move onshore and spread well inland. Periods of heavy rain will occur, resulting in localized, minor flooding, especially south of Orlando. Highest threat for localized flooding will be across Okeechobee and western Martin counties through 7 PM where persistent band of very heavy rainfall has set up, and 4 to 6 inches will be possible across these areas.Very hazardous conditions will continue along the coast and over the nearshore Atlantic. Building waves and swells will produce pounding surf and numerous strong rip currents. Moderate to major beach erosion likely near the times of high tide late this evening. Sea water will likely reach the dunes at many beaches and may wash over dunes at a few beaches. Do not enter the dangerous surf and never turn your back to the waves if near the water. Northeast winds of 20 to 25 mph with gusts between 30 and 35 mph will will continue through around sunset, especially along the Volusia and Brevard county coasts.
Coastal Flood Warnings and Advisories continue through Monday. At times of high tide the heavy surf and high astronomical tide will lead to moderate-major beach erosion. Vulnerable spots along the coast could experience water intrusion.
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