- ** Heads up ** Strong “nor’easter” storm developing over Florida will bring 3-5 inches of rain, significant ocean inundation on King Tides, and strong winds along the northeast Florida coast today through Saturday. Have a plan to avoid rising flood waters.
- Several storms move into the Pacific Northwest over the next few days, bringing rain, mountain snow, and gusty winds. Strongest Pacific storm will impact the coast Monday night and Tuesday.
- Low pressure developing across Florida today, then moves along the southeast U.S. this weekend. This storm will bring a limited storm surge, fresh-water flooding and strong winds to the northeast Florida coast, and strong thunderstorms today to much of the Florida Peninsula.
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— Southern CA San Luis Obispo Mountains and Coast: Wind Advisory through midday today. Gusts to 40 mph. US-101 impacted.
— Southern CA coast from Los Angeles to San Diego: Dense Fog Advisory through midmorning. I-5 impacted.
— Southeast WY: High Wind Watch this evening though midday today. Gusts to 65 mph. I-25, I-80 impacted.
— Portions of northwest TX including the southern TX Panhandle: Dense Fog Advisory through midday today. I-20, I-27 impacted.
— Central SC Coast including Charleston: Coastal Flood Warning through midday today. Significant coastal inundation possible.
— Northeast FL Coast, southern GA Coast: Wind Advisory through Saturday afternoon. Gusts. To 45 mph. I-95 impacted.
— Northeast FL Coast, southern GA Coast: Coastal Flood Watch Friday morning through Sunday evening. Significant coastal flooding possible at times of high tides. Highways and RV Parks and Resorts seaward of I-95 potentially impacted.
— Portions of northeast FL: Flood Watch through Saturday afternoon. Up to 3-5 inches of rain possible. I-95 impacted.
— Central and Southern FL Peninsula: Strong thunderstorms possible today that may include isolated tornadoes. I-4, I-75, I-95 all potentially impacted.