Summary: Locally heavy rainfall and flash flooding remains likely along the central Gulf Coast into the weekend from southeast Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle due to the remnants of Nicholas. A strong cold front will bring heavy rain and some high elevation snow with the arrival of cooler temperatures to the Northwest through the weekend. Atlantic disturbances 96L and Invest 95L are both are expected to strengthen over the next several days. Freight embargoes are in place for freight destined to areas affected by Ida and Nicholas. Advisories: Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida
Flash Flood Watches are in effect along sections of the central Gulf Coast from southeast Louisiana across southern Mississippi and southern Alabama into the Florida Panhandle.
- 15mph winds
- 1-2 inches additional rainfall
- Up to 14in locally
Currently located 100 miles southeast of the NC Outer Banks, Invest 96L has a high chance of tropical development over the next several days, however is steering away from the US coast. Regardless of development, high swells and some wind gusts are expected along the east coast
Currently located west of the Cabo Verde island, 95L is showing a high chance of tropical development over the next several days as it moves west into the Caribbean
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