Travel & RV Weather Forecast Thursday 10 November


  • Tropical Storm Nichole continues to impact much of Florida as it moves across the Florida Peninsula today, then into Georgia tonight. 3-5 feet of storm surge today along much of FL, extending north to Myrtle Beach.
  • Tropical Storm force wind gusts over much of Florida, Georgia and coastal South Carolina today.
  • Heavy rains with flash flood potential move northward along the eastern seaboard into West Virginia ,Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York Friday and Friday night.
  • Blizzard conditions continue over the Northern Plains today.

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Pacific:

— CA Central Valley: Dense Fog Advisories through mid-morning. CA-99 impacted.

Mountain:

Parts of western MT: Winter Weather Advisory though late this evening. Blowing and drifting snow will create sudden areas of poor visibility. I-15, I-90 impacted.

Central and eastern MT, northeast WY: Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories continue through this morning. 1-3 inches additional snow accumulation. I-90, I-94 impacted.

Northeast UT Wasatch Mountains: Winter Storm Warnings continue through this morning. 1-2 feet total accumulation. I-80 impacted.

Higher terrain of west-central CO: Winter Weather Advisories continue through this morning. 2-7 additional inches of snow likely. Wind gusts to 55 mph. I-70 impacted.

Central:

ND; north and central SD; northeast MN : A combination of Blizzard Warnings, and Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories this evening through Thursday night. Worst weather from central ND and north-central SD, spreading to northeast ND and northwest MN (Blizzard conditions). Accumulations range from a few inches of snow to 10-16 inches in the central Dakotas. Widespread wind gusts 45-50 mph. I-29, I-35, I-90, I-94 impacted.

South-central SD; north-central NE: Winter Weather Advisories this morning. Patchy freezing drizzle and wind gusts to 40 mph. I-90 impacted.

MN Arrowhead: Ice Storm Warning today and tonight. Ice may reach 4/10th inch accumulation and wind gusts to 35 mph. I-35 impacted.

Eastern:

Atlantic Coastline from West Palm Beach to Myrtle Beach; FL Gulf Coast from the eastern Panhandle to Ft Myers: Tropical Storm Warnings in effect. Tropical storm force winds and wind gusts along both coasts through early this evening.

Atlantic Coastline from West Palm Beach to Myrtle Beach; Gulf Coast from eastern Panhandle to north of Tampa Bay: Storm Surge Warnings in effect today. Up to 3-5 feet of storm surge expected. If you are camping along the immediate coastline or along an inlet or bayou impacted by surge, you should consider moving to higher ground. Follow the guidance of your local emergency management officials.

— Western NC; much of inland SC; central and northern GA; eastern AL; western FL Panhandle: Wind Advisories today associated with Tropical Storm Nicole. Gusts to 40 mph.

— South-central GA: High Wind Warning today associated with Tropical Storm Nichole. Gusts to 45 mph.

Western NC: Flood Watch this evening through Friday night for excessive rains associated with Nichole. Up to 4-6 inches of rain may fall. Be very aware of rising water levels if you are camping near creeks, streams, small rivers or other flood-prone locations. Do not drive or tow across flooded roadways.

— Central and northeast FL: Flood Watches remain in effect though this evening for excessive rains associated with Nichole.

Northeast FL; southeast GA; central and eastern SC; southeast NC: Slight risk for a few, brief tornadoes today and tonight associated with tropical storm Nichole.

— Northeast SC; central and eastern NC; central and southeast VA: Slight risk for severe thunderstorms Friday that may produce damaging wind gusts and a few brief tornadoes, associated with the remnants of tropical storm Nicole.

Nicole made landfall in the early hours of Thursday morning near Vero Beach FL as a minimal Category 1 hurricane. The storm will move across central FL today, weakening over time. While the center of the storm may briefly emerge over the Gulf of Mexico near the FL Big Bend area, it will not be over water long enough to intensify. Continued weakening expected tonight and Friday while the storm moves over the Southeastern U.S. and loses its tropical characteristics.

— Isolated flash, urban, and small stream flooding possible on Friday in the Southeast through the central Appalachians, including the Blue Ridge Mountains, and extending northward through eastern OH, west-central PA, and western NY by Friday night into Saturday.


Severe Weather and Tropical Watches and Warnings

— See https://rvweather.com/warnings-watches-and-advisories/#NHC_Hurricane_Advisory for the latest Tropical Cyclone WARNINGS and information.

— See https://rvweather.com/warnings-watches-and-advisories/#SPC_Tornado_Watch for the latest Tornado and Severe Thunderstorm WATCHES

— See https://rvweather.com/warnings-watches-and-advisories/#NWS_Tornado_Warning for the latest Tornado, Severe Thunderstorm, and Flash Flood WARNINGS.



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