U.S. NATIONAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
FRI 24 October 2014
...No organized areas of severe weather today...
No organized severe weather is expected across the US today as mostly quiet conditions persist. However, an area of low pressure near the Gulf of Mexico is generating heavy showers and thunderstorms across southern FL. These showers may lead to localized flash flooding in low-lying areas due to 2-3" of rainfall today. Some areas could see higher amounts. Conditions will begin to improve this afternoon.
Elsewhere, a quiet day is expected today.
CP - Tropical Storm ANA
...IN THE CENTRAL PACIFIC WELL WEST OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS... ... NO THREAT TO LAND...
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