Florida State Watch Office Morning Situation Report for Sunday, November 20, 2022

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Florida State Watch Office Morning Situation Report

EOC Activation Level: Level 1
Meteorological Summary:
  • Several rain showers will continue across much of the state through the afternoon. Light showers will occur across the northeast and Central Florida, while the heaviest rain showers will occur over southeast Florida. A few thunderstorms cannot be ruled out across southeast Florida later this afternoon during peak heating hours of the day.
  • Rainfall will remain below 1” for most of the state, but portions of urban southeast Florida will see upwards of about  1.2” by this afternoon during heavy rain fall. A Marginal Risk (level 1 of 4) for Flash Flooding remains in effect for southeast Florida through today.
  • Mostly cloudy conditions will continue throughout the morning across the state, but will clear up along the Panhandle throughout the afternoon and into the evening.
  • Temperatures will remain in the 50s across North Florida, and 60s and 70s for Central and South Florida. Clearing skies this evening will allow temperatures to drop into the upper 30s and low 40s across the Panhandle and 50s and 60s for the Peninsula.
  • A moderate to high risk for rip currents will continue for several beaches across the state; a low risk for rip currents can be expected along the central east coast and Nature Coast.
  • A Coastal Flood Statement is in effect across the southeastern Peninsula as wave heights elevate to 5-7’ and a high risk for rip currents extends across beaches.
  • The St. Johns River remains within minor to moderate flood stage as water levels are expected to remain elevated several weeks.

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