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Three Weather Areas of Concern Today

Potential Tropical Cyclone Three will gradually approach the northern Gulf Coast with heavy rain and potential flooding. Meanwhile, a sharp cold front will produce severe thunderstorms with significant winds, hail, tornadoes and possible flooding across the Ohio Valley. Finally, a large dome of high pressure will continue the major heat wave over the West, extending into the central Plains. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Fri, Jun. 18, 2021 at 4:21:21 pm AST

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The National Hurricane Center continues to monitor the Potential Tropical Cyclone Three over the Gulf of Mexico.
Showers and isolated thunderstorm activity expected during afternoon hours mainly over western Puerto Rico. Choppy seas up to 7 feet across the Atlantic waters. Therefore, a small craft advisory is in effect. UNTIL 2 PM AST. There is a high risk of rip currents for St. Croix and Culebra.
Passing showers over eastern PR/USVI during overnight hours. Choppy marine conditions with seas up to 6 feet, and winds up to 20 knots. Small craft should exercise caution with a moderate rip current risk.
There is a high risk of rip currents for Cramer Park, St. Croix and eastern Culebra. Most other local beaches have a moderate risk of rip currents.