Our Tropical Storm Watch was just raised to a Tropical Storm
Warning. It includes Destin to Englewood. This is a reflection of the
center showing an apparent shift NE. The storm is not growing and
weakening is occurring because of cold water, dry air, and shear. That
path has changed to the Big Bend North of Cedar Key. Landfall may be
Wednesday evening Thursday. For us this changes today's forecast very little.
Tornadoes today and early evening. Flooding rain south of Tampa. Later
on, it will mean increasing flood potential from storms into Thursday's
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A tropical storm watch is now in effect for our coast as winds will pass over 40 mph in storms. Storm surge water levels are 3 feet.
Waves are running 10 feet. Waves offshore with Debby are 14 feet Sunday morning, and some beach erosion and overwash will continue with beach waves 6-10 feet expeciall from Pinellas south. Around Hernando, Citrus and Levy counties storm surge will push over seawalls.
Heavy rain will continue on and off through the middle of fthe week.
Meteorologist - Mark Collins