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…Debby Continues to Produce Heavy Rain, Flooding Concerns Across Parts of Florida…

Posted 26 June 2012 | Categories: Weather Updates

The main concern with Tropical Storm Debby continues to be excessive rainfall leading to significant flooding across parts of Florida over the next few days as it drifts slowly toward the Florida Gulf Coast and eventually moves across the north-central Florida Peninsula. Debby is expected to produce additional rainfall accumulations of 4 to 8 inches over northern Florida during the next couple of days, with additional amounts of 1 to 3 inches expected over extreme southeastern Georgia.

…Tropical Storm Debby Remains Stationary over Northeastern Gulf of Mexico…

Posted 25 June 2012 | Categories: Weather Updates

As of 7:00 AM CDT Tropical Story Debby was located about 90 miles south-southwest of Apalachicola, Florida, and has remained nearly stationary over the past several hours. Little movement is expected during the next couple of days, though the forecast at this time remains uncertain. Maximum sustained winds are near 50 mph, with higher gusts

…System in the Gulf of Mexico Becoming Better Organized…

Posted 23 June 2012 | Categories: Weather Updates

The broad area of thunderstorm activity in the Gulf of Mexico has an 90% chance of becoming a tropical cyclone as it slowly moves northwestward in the next 48 hours. Hurricane Hunters are flying through the system to collect more data.

…Tropical Storm Chris Forms in the Atlantic…

Posted 19 June 2012 | Categories: Weather Updates

The National Hurricane Center has named Tropical Storm Chris in the Atlantic Basin. This system, which is located several hundred miles east of the New England area, is expected to continue to move away from the U.S.

…Beryl Continues to Be Significant Rainmaker…

Posted 28 May 2012 | Categories: Weather Updates

Winds continue to decrease with Tropical Depression Beryl, which is as of 5:00 PM EDT was centered about 150 miles southwest of Savannah, Georgia, with maximum sustained winds of 30 mph.

…Tropical Storm Beryl to Make Landfall Tonight…

Posted 27 May 2012 | Categories: Weather Updates

Tropical Storm Beryl is heading towards the Florida/Georgia coasts and is expected to make landfall tonight. The probability for tropical storm force winds is highest for the northeastern portion of Florida.

…Beryl Increasing in Strength and Heading Slowly Toward the Coast…

Posted 27 May 2012 | Categories: Weather Updates

Subtropical Storm Beryl has increased in intensity with maximum sustained winds now at 60 mph. The National Hurricane Center expects the center of Beryl to be near the coast of northern Florida/southern Georgia late today

…Subtropical Storm Beryl Forms off the Southeast U.S. Coast…

Posted 26 May 2012 | Categories: Weather Updates

The National Hurricane Center has named the system off the Southeast U.S. coast as Tropical Storm Beryl. On the current forecast track this system could begin affecting the warning area on Sunday.

…High Surf and Rip Current Threat Continues From Tropical Storm Alberto…

Posted 20 May 2012 | Categories: Weather Updates

Tropical Storm Alberto continues to swirl off the Georgia and South Carolina coast, but Tropical Storm conditions are no longer expected on shore, so the Tropical Storm Watch has been cancelled. High surf and dangerous rip currents will continue to be a hazard along the coasts of Georgia, South Carolina, and northeastern Florida.

…Alberto has Weakened Slightly, but a Tropical Storm Watch Remains in Effect for coastal South Carolina…

Posted 20 May 2012 | Categories: Weather Updates

Alberto is moving toward the west-southwest near 6 mph but is expected to slow down and meander off the coast of Georgia and South Carolina through Monday. A northeastward acceleration is anticipated Monday night and Tuesday.