NWS Melbourne

NWS Melbourne


Official Twitter account for the National Weather Service Melbourne, FL. Details: http://weather.gov/twitter

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@OCPSnews  stopped by our office to work towards granting the school district (over 200 schools) StormReady Supporter status. Their district office was recognized earlier this year, but now they are even closer to becoming the largest school system in the US to achieve the feat!

THU NOV 24 | Here's your Thanksgiving day forecast. If traveling locally, watch out for that early morning fog! Leave early, reduce your speed, use only your low beams, and leave extra following distance!

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SUN 11/27 | Patchy fog is around this morning, though significantly less than yesterday. A cold front will approach the area today, bringing the chance for isolated rain showers. Afternoon temps will be in the 80s, and a moderate risk of rip currents exists at area beaches.

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THU NOV 24, 520 AM | DENSE FOG ADVISORY for Indian River, St. Lucie Counties until 9 AM. Visibilities have dropped to 1/4 mile or less in advisory area! Visibilities also dropping elsewhere across ECFL, so the Advisory may need to be expanded. Drive with caution!!

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Nicole is now Tropical Storm Nicole and Hurricane Warnings have been issued for the coast and offshore waters. Residents should NOT let hurricane fatigue or wishful thinking prevent them from taking the necessary protective actions. Now is the time to prepare! (1/2)

8AM Update | Subtropical Storm Nicole has formed east of the Bahamas. Don't let "subtropical" fool you, the storm has the potential to be at or near hurricane strength as it approaches the east coast of Florida later this week. (1/3)

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A FLASH FLOOD EMERGENCY continues for portions of Volusia County including Daytona Beach, New Smyrna Beach, and Ponce Inlet. Move to higher or drier ground!

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Conditions will deteriorate tonight. TS to hurricane force winds are expected. The threat of significant to catastrophic flooding is expected to develop tonight-Thu for areas from N Osceola & N Brevard north including metro Orlando. Flooding can be especially dangerous at night.

A new FLASH FLOOD EMERGENCY for locations including Sanford, Lake Mary, and Heathrow until 815 AM EDT. Seek higher ground now if in or around this area!

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