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Posted: Wed Oct 5 16:37:24 2022

...Pleasant Evening But Dangerous Conditions at the Coast...


With no activity present on radar, this evening will be dry and quiet, with temperatures in the lower 70s by sunset. However at the coast, dangerous conditions continue with a high risk of rip currents and rough surf with breaking waves of 4 to 5 feet.

Also, major flood impacts continue along the middle St Johns River basin and its tributaries as well as Shingle Creek. Despite the mostly dry conditions, street flooding will be slow to recede in the hardest hit areas of Volusia, Seminole, Orange and Osceola counties. Do NOT attempt to walk, ride, or drive through flooded areas.

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Posted by Meteorologist - jessica.r.smith


Posted: Wed Oct 5 03:55:42 2022

...High Risk of Rip Currents and Rough Surf...


There is a High Risk of life-threatening rip currents at all central Florida Atlantic beaches today. In addition, breaking waves of 4 to 5 feet will also accompany the numerous strong rip currents. These breakers could knock swimmers off their feet, making them even more susceptible to becoming caught in the seaward pull of a rip current. Entering the water is discouraged today due to the dangerous surf and numerous rip currents expected.

Also, major flood impacts continue along the middle St Johns River basin and its tributaries as well as Shingle Creek. Despite the mostly dry conditions, street flooding will be slow to recede in the hardest hit areas of Volusia, Seminole, Orange and Osceola counties. Do NOT attempt to walk, ride, or drive through flooded areas.

Skies will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy today with daytime temperatures in the lower to middle 80s. Winds will generally be north to northeast at 5 to 10 mph.

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Posted by Meteorologist - david.sharp


Posted: Wed Oct 5 03:55:12 2022

...High Risk of Rip Currents and Rough Surf...


There is a High Risk of life-threatening rip currents at all central Florida Atlantic beaches today. In addition, breaking waves of 4 to 5 feet will also accompany the numerous strong rip currents. These breakers could knock swimmers off their feet, making them even more susceptible to becoming caught in the seaward pull of a rip current. Entering the water is discouraged today due to the dangerous surf and numerous rip currents expected.

Also, major flood impacts continue along the middle St Johns River basin and its tributaries as well as Shingle Creek. Despite the mostly dry conditions, street flooding will be slow to recede in the hardest hit areas of Volusia, Seminole, Orange and Osceola counties. Do NOT attempt to walk, ride, or drive through flooded areas.

Skies will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy today with daytime temperatures in the lower to middle 80s. Winds will generally be north to northeast at 5 to 10 mph.

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Posted by Meteorologist - david.sharp