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Florida State Watch Office Morning Situation Report

EOC Activation Level: Level 2 
Meteorological Summary:
  • Areas of patchy to locally dense fog across Northeast Florida and the St. Johns River Basin will lift throughout the morning hours as the sun continues to rise.
  • High pressure over the Carolina’s and eastern U.S. will create mostly dry conditions across the state, with isolated showers moving inland along the eastern Peninsula throughout the day (5-10% chance of rain). A thunderstorm or two may be possible along the adjacent Atlantic waters during the afternoon and evening.
  • Breezy winds at times can be expected along the East Coast with wind gusts upwards of 15-20 mph.
  • Above normal temperatures for this time of year can be expected across Northeast Florida and throughout the peninsula with high temperatures in the upper 70s to low 80s.
  • Moisture will build through the overnight and early morning hours on Monday with the help of calm southerly winds allowing for areas of patchy to locally dense fog to develop across North Florida and throughout the interior Peninsula.
  • A moderate risk for rip currents can be expected for Panhandle and East Coast beaches, with a locally high risk along Palm Beach County.
  • The St. Johns River at Astor has fallen back into minor flood stage following several days of heavy rainfall along the eastern Peninsula last week. Additional portions of the upper St. Johns River are forecast to rise into Action Stage (bank full) through the week.
  • Minor coastal flooding will be possible along the Florida Keys near or during times of high tides with persistent onshore winds and elevated wave heights lingering.

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