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359 AM EDT Sun Oct 2 2022 THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA. .DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT. .THUNDERSTORM IMPACT... An isolated thunderstorm or two will be possible over the Gulf Stream in the Treasure Coast waters through the late morning or early afternoon. .RIP CURRENT IMPACT... There will be a Moderate Risk of rip currents at all central Florida Atlantic beaches today. Always swim near a lifeguard, and never swim alone. .RIVER FLOOD IMPACT... Historic rainfall from Hurricane Ian will continue to produce flooding along several local rivers for some time. Along the Saint Johns River, Astor will remain in Major Flood Stage for the foreseeable future. The river is forecast to gradually drop below record flood level by mid week. At Geneva above Lake Harney, the river will remain in Major Flood Stage for the foreseeable future, and is expected to crest early in the week. The river is forecast to drop below record flood levels by next weekend. Near Deland, the river has reached Major Flood Stage and is expected to crest mid week. The river will remain in Major Flood Stage until at least next weekend. Near Sanford, the river is expected to reach Moderate Flood Stage this morning and crest mid week. The river will remain in Moderate Flood Stage through at least late in the week. Near Cocoa, the river has crested in Minor Flood stage. The river is forecast to remain at or near Minor Flood stage through Monday, then gradually drop below Action Stage by mid week. The Little Wekiva River near Altamonte Springs is in Major Flood Stage. It is forecast to gradually drop back to Moderate Flood Stage through the weekend. Shingle Creek near Campbell is in Major Flood Stage. It is forecast to gradually drop, but remain in Major Flood Stage through at least early this week. Discharges from upstream may slow the drop or even cause brief additional rises. .DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY. Mainly dry conditions through the first half of the week. An isolated thunderstorm or two will be possible along the Treasure Coast and adjacent Atlantic waters by mid week. Boating conditions deteriorating Monday through mid week. Northerly winds increasing to around 20 knots will result in seas buildings up to 8 feet, mainly in the Gulf Stream. Cautionary Statements and Advisories are likely. A Moderate Risk of dangerous rip currents will continue at all central Florida Atlantic beaches through the early week. A High Risk of life threatening rip currents will be possible by mid week. .SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT... Spotter activation will not be needed today and tonight. $$ Haley

 

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