Tropical Storm Emily left Naples while SWFL receives Hazardous Weather Outlook
Although Tropical Storm Emily left Naples, the National Weather Service announced through its Miami Florida office a Hazardous Weather Outlook for South Florida.
The reports since Monday, when Emily arrived, included probable poor drainage flooding in most SWF areas for Monday, moderate risk of rip currents for all beaches for yesterday, and scattered showers and thunderstorms in Naples for Wednesday, August 2, 2017.
Governor Rick Scott declared a state of emergency for 31 counties located in southern and central Florida.
The city of Naples received heavy rain this past Monday. Collier County saw many areas with moderated flooding caused by up to 5 inches of rain accumulation since Sunday, when this latest tropical depression started bringing this weather to Southwest Florida.
Most local media report no major damage in the area, and although the National Weather Service maintains the Hazardous Weather Conditions status on, only scattered showers are expected tonight. “Scattered showers and thunderstorms before 9pm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 78. Southeast wind 3 to 7 mph. Chance of precipitation is 40%”, the service details.
Can’t wait for a stroll in the beach! Today may be a scattered cloudy day in the afternoon, Thursday is promising a mostly sunny day.
For more info visit the National Weather Service →
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Photo Bird in Jetty Looking Out to Emily Storm © 2017 César Alsina