U.S. NATIONAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
MON 29 September 2014
....Slight Risk for severe weather from southwestern NE southward to eastern NM... ...Localized flash flooding through this afternoon in portions of southern GA and FL...
There is a Slight Risk for severe weather today in o Southwestern NE, eastern CO, far western KS, far western OK Panhandle, far northwestern TX Panhandle, and eastern NM primarily for damaging winds and large hail. An isolated tornado is also possible. The greatest chances will be this afternoon and evening.
1-3" of rain is expected through this afternoon in southern GA, the eaastern FL Panhandle, and the northern FL Peninsula with localized amounts of 4-6" possible. This will continue a risk for localized flash flooding where the heaviest rains fall in urban areas with poor drainage, and near fast responding creeks and streams. Ponding of water on roadways will also occur.
Elsewhere across the US, quiet conditions prevail.
EP - Tropical Storm RACHEL
...RACHEL QUICKLY WEAKENING WHILE IT INCHES NORTHWARD...
...NO THREAT TO LAND...
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