Florida State Watch Office Morning Situation Report for Tuesday, November 22, 2022

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Florida State Watch Office Morning Situation Report

EOC Activation Level: Level 1
Meteorological Summary:
  • A similar set-up will continue today as a frontal boundary remains stationary just off the southern tip of the Peninsula.
  • Increasing moisture behind the frontal boundary will continue to provide several rain showers along the eastern Peninsula throughout the day.
  • A Marginal Risk (level 1 of 4) for Flash Flooding is in effect over Treasure Coast as rainfall totals are forecast to reach 1-2”, with higher amounts possible locally. Urban areas with poor drainage will see the highest threat for flash flooding concerns.
  • High pressure over the northeastern U.S. will provide dry conditions for the northern regions of the state, with partly cloudy skies.
  • Temperatures today will continue their warming trend with high temperatures in the afternoon reaching the upper 60s across North Florida, 70s across Central Florida and low 80s across South Florida.
  • A high risk for rip currents has stretched across the east coast, with a locally high risk along Big Bend beaches. A moderate risk remains over the western Panhandle, with low risks expected elsewhere.
  • The St. Johns River continues to remain within minor to moderate flood stage as water levels remain elevated.

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