In central Florida, ongoing major to record river flooding across a couple of river basins is expected to continue well into this week and will be slow to recede in the wake of Ian. Locally heavy to excessive rain is possible along the immediate Mid-Atlantic coast. It will be warm in the Northwest and the Plains. Expect delays in freight for LTL carriers in Florida due to damage from Hurricane Ian. Limited to no service is expected for some carriers. Impacted Lanes: SR-64, SR-544, SR-37, SR-776, SR-46
Flood Advisory remains in effect until late tonight
- Flooding caused by excessive rainfall is expected
- Impacts: Flash flooding will be possible in creeks, normally dry washes, swimming holes and over recently burned areas. Low-water crossings could also experience flash flooding, which would create deadly travel conditions.
Coastal Flood Warning remains in effect until 9 PM EDT Tuesday evening
- One to two feet of inundation above ground level in low-lying areas near shorelines and tidal waterways.
- Impacts: At this level, widespread roadway flooding occurs in coastal and bayside communities and along inland tidal waterways. Many roads become impassable. Some damage to vulnerable structures may begin to occur.
Additional Coastal Flood Warnings include but are not limited to: Delaware
Expect delays in freight for LTL carriers in Florida due to damage from Hurricane Ian. Limited to no service is expected for some carriers. Impacted Lanes: SR-64, SR-544, SR-37, SR-776, SR-46 are affected in certain areas due to flooding. Visit https://www.fl511.com/List/Alerts for more information on road and bridge closures in Florida.