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847 PM EDT Sat Sep 19 2020 THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA. .DAY ONE...TONIGHT. .THUNDERSTORM IMPACT... Isolated lightning storms will remain possible this evening and overnight mainly along the coast and over the Atlantic waters. .FLOOD IMPACT... Slow-moving, persistent heavy showers and isolated storms will bring the potential for rainfall amounts of 3 to 5 inches across coastal Volusia and Brevard counties with localized amounts of 6 to 8 inches possible, resulting in flooding of roadways. Never drive through a flooded roadway. .HIGH WIND IMPACT... Northeasterly winds will continue to increase overnight, especially across coastal Volusia and into Brevard county. A Wind Advisory is in effect coastal Volusia and Brevard county for frequent gusts of 25 to 30 mph, possibly up to 35 mph along the immediate coast. .COASTAL FLOOD IMPACT... Minor beach erosion and coastal flooding will also be possible at times of high tide this evening into early overnight. A Coastal Flood Warning is in effect for the Volusia and Brevard Coasts. .WIND AND SEA IMPACT... Boating conditions will continue to deteriorate overnight. A Gale Warning is in effect for the Volusia county waters for northeasterly winds around 25 knots and frequent gusts to gale force. A Small Craft Advisory is in effect for all other marine areas of east central Florida. Seas will build to 10 to 14 feet offshore and 7 to 11 feet nearshore. .RIVER FLOOD IMPACT... Local rainfall and tidal influences are forecast to keep river levels of the Saint Johns at minor flood stage at Astor into mid next week. .DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...SUNDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. Scattered to numerous showers and a few lightning storms are expected Sunday with locally heavy rain possible, mainly along the east central Florida coast. Very hazardous boating and beach conditions will further deteriorate Sunday and continue into early next week, with windy northeasterly winds increasing as large, long-period swells arrive from distant Major Hurricane Teddy. Rough, pounding surf and a high risk of numerous strong rip currents can be expected at area beaches, along with the potential for moderate to significant beach erosion during high tide cycles at least through Monday. Conditions for coastal flooding are also expected to develop. Coastal residents should be alert for later statements and take necessary actions to protect flood-prone property. .SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT... Spotters should monitor the weather and self activate if needed. Spotters are requested to relay any reports of flooding to the National Weather Service in Melbourne. $$ Combs

 

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