Summary: Heavy rain from the remnants of Nicholas will continue a threat for additional flooding and flash flooding across the Tennessee Valley Monday. A strong cold front will slowly shift across the central then eastern U.S. through this week bringing a threat for heavy rainfall and potential for flooding. Additionally, Tropical Storms Peter and Rose are tracking through the Atlantic right now and could be followed by the formation of another tropical depression later this week.
Tropical Storm Peter
Peter is forecast to turn northwest and then northward into the central Atlantic. That track should take the storm north of the Lesser Antilles in the week ahead. peripheral rainfall may lead to areas of urban and small stream flooding through Tuesday across Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and the Northern Leeward Island. Shipments to and from these areas may be delayed. Peter is no threat to the continental United States because of a cold front sweeping off the East Coast later this week.
Tropical Storm Rose
Tropical Storm Rose is located in the far eastern Atlantic Ocean to the west of the Cabo Verde Islands. It is forecast to track northwestward into the open Atlantic waters and is no threat to land. It should weaken to a tropical depression later this week, and is not expected to impact the US
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