Florida State Watch Office Morning Situation Report for Monday, November 21st, 2022.

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Florida State Watch Office Morning Situation Report

EOC Activation Level: Level 1
Meteorological Summary:
  • The stalled frontal boundary continues to remain draped just south of the Florida Peninsula today.
  • Moisture building behind the frontal boundary will to provide several rounds of rain showers along the eastern Peninsula throughout the day.
  • A Marginal Risk for Flash Flooding (level 1 of 4) has shifted northward along Space and Treasure Coast today as rainfall totals could reach 1-2”, with higher amounts locally.
  • Partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies will continue across the state as low-level moisture slowly increases. Temperatures will be on a warming trend and reach into the 60s and 70s across the state this afternoon.
  • A high risk for rip currents stretched across much of the eastern Panhandle and east coast, with a moderate risk along the northeast coastline. A low risk can be expected along the western Peninsula.
  • A Coastal Flood Statement remains in effect over the southeast as wave heights of 5-7’ and high risk for rip currents will create minor coastal flooding.
  • A Flood Advisory is in effect over the Miami-Dade area until further notice as minor flooding is possible from several heavy rain showers on Sunday.
  • The St. Johns River remains in minor to moderate flood stage as elevated water levels are expected to continue for several weeks.

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