Flood Potential Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Miami FL
400 AM EDT Tue Sep 29 2020


A cold front will stall over South Florida late this week into
this weekend, as several short waves move across the region from
the Gulf of Mexico. At this time time, coastal trough could set up
along the east coast metro areas, as a possible tropical low
develops in the Western Caribbean Sea and moves west northwest
into the Northwest Caribbean Sea. This will allow for the PWAT
values to increase to 2.1 to 2.4 inches over South Florida late
this week into this weekend.

This weather pattern will allow for showers and some thunderstorms
to develop with periods of heavy rainfall with rainfall amounts in
excess of 5 inches especially over the eastern areas of South
Florida. The grounds are still somewhat saturated from the heavy
rainfall from the daily thunderstorms and any additional heavy
rainfall could lead to flooding especially over the eastern areas
of South Florida.

Interests across the eastern portion of South Florida are
strongly encouraged to monitor the latest information from the
National Weather Service in Miami Florida.



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