‘Zeta’ to impact the Mid-Atlantic from late Thursday through early Friday

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“Zeta” is now a Hurricane with maximum sustained winds near 80 mph.  Zeta will move across the Yucatan Peninsula tonight and over the Gulf of Mexico Tuesday before making landfall across Southeastern Louisiana late Thursday. A strong Upper-Level-Low diving across the Southwest and moving into Texas will help steer Zeta rapidly to the northeast. As…

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Flood Watch for the Southern Blue Ridge; Waves of heavy rain likely tonight through much of Sunday

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The National Weather Service has issued a FLOOD WATCH from this evening through late Sunday Night for the Southern Blue Ridge.  Rain associated with Tropical Storm Delta will produce locally heavy rainfall across much of the area.  In the Flood Watch area, small streams and creeks may experience significant water rises that may exceed flood…

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Moderate to potentially major coastal flooding expected this weekend

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Moderate to Major coastal flooding is possible from late Friday through the weekend.  The “leftovers” from Sally will move across Eastern North Carolina overnight and bring very heavy rain and gusty winds across the Hampton Roads region. As Sally moves offshore, winds will turn to the north by Friday morning, with gusts along the coast…

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“Sally” to bring heavy rain and flooding; PROLONGED MODERATE TIDAL FLOODING through weekend

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“Sally” is now a Tropical Storm and remains a slow mover, with maximum sustained winds as of 2 p.m. EDT of 70 mph. The moisture from Sally will move across Georgia and the Carolina’s overnight and into Virginia on Thursday. There may be two waves of rainfall, the first occurring during the day Thursday with…

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“Sally” to bring heavy rain to Southern and Southeastern Virginia; Flash flooding AND Tidal flooding threat possible

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The Atlantic Ocean looks like a baseball stadium with players in the field.  LOTS of tropical systems and we are ONE storm away from reaching the end of the of the hurricane name list before we move into the Greek alphabet! Closer to home, SALLY may become a concern later in the week.  Right now,…

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Thursday 9/3 – ACTION DAY: Discrete supercells may produce tornadoes across Northern Virginia

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We have declared Thursday a WEATHER ACTION DAY for discrete supercells that could produce tornadoes during the afternoon and evening across Northern Virginia, Northeast Maryland, and northern portions of the Delmarva Peninsula. Thunderstorms are expected to form along the Blue Ridge after 4:00 p.m. Thursday. The atmosphere ahead of these storms are prime for severe…

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Scattered strong storms tonight; Damaging winds and isolated tornadoes possible Saturday

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The remnants of Laura will merge with a cold front and move across the Mid-Atlantic region on Saturday. Ahead of Laura, there’s a chance for scattered strong to severe thunderstorms this evening that may produce damaging winds and frequent lightning. Tropical moisture means rainfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour in any storm.…

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