Live Blog: Tropical Storm Colin Hits Tampa Bay (sandbag locations, tracking map & more)
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Live Blog: Tropical Storm Colin Hits Tampa Bay (sandbag locations, tracking map & more)

A tropical storm Colin made it way though Tampa Bay on Monday June 6, 2016. On Tuesday, the National Weather Service discontinued the Tropical Storm threat in the Tampa Bay region, but major flooding and server storms continued to disrupt the region

  • TAMPA BAY: THE SUNSHINE SKYWAY BRIDGE IS OPEN.
    by FL511 Tampa Bay via twitter edited by Amber McDonald 6/7/2016 4:26:29 PM
  • The Latest: This list will be updated as information becomes available

    • Through Wednesday: Flood watch in effect in West Central Florida: COASTAL
      HILLSBOROUGH, 
      COASTAL MANATEE, COASTAL SARASOTA, INLAND
      HILLSBOROUGH, 
      INLAND MANATEE, INLAND SARASOTA and PINELLAS – 4:05 p.m.
    • SUNSHINE SKYWAY IS OPEN - 12:25p.m.
    • Madeira residents can resume sewer usage.
    • ST. PETE BEACH: Effective immediately, all residents and businesses on St. Pete Beachare requested to stop using the sanitary sewer system until further notice. 
    • High risk of rip currents in west central and southwest Florida 
    • PASCO heavy rains still possible with potential river flooding through Wednesday.
    • PASCO County Emergency Officials are sending 30 Assessment Teams into neighborhoods Tuesday to help citizens who might need assistance with things like water, food or help relocating due to flooding. 
    • PINELLAS County is checking drainage structures and responding to road closures due to flooding, as well as coordinating with local jurisdictions, and will continue to monitor the situation

    ​The following county parks remain closed until further notice due to weather conditions:
    • - Lake Seminole Park
    • - Weedon Island Preserve
    • - Sawgrass Lake Park
    • - Fort De Soto Park
     
    HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY ROAD CLOSURES as of 3:45 p.m.
    • -Firefly Ln. is shut down between Golf and Sea Blvd. and Miller Mac Rd. due to 
      heavy flooding.

      -Gornto Lake and Causeway Blvd. is shut down due to heavy flooding.

      -Fauna Ln. and Francis Dr. is shut down due to street flooding.

      -Florida Circle off of Fairway Blvd. is shut down due to street flooding.

      -Golf and Sea Blvd. and Miller Mac Rd. is shut down due to street flooding.
     

     
    HERNANDO BEACH ROAD CLOSURES
    Several roads in the Hernando Beach and Pine Island areas have been impacted by rising waters.

    The following roads have been closed:

    * Pine Island Drive, leading to Pine Island Park.

    * Sunset Vista in Hernando Beach.

    * Osowaw Boulevard, just south of the second bridge in Aripeka is closed.

    * Bayou Drive off Pine Island Drive.

    * Driftwood Drive in Weeki Wachee.

    Motorists are advised to avoid flooded roadways and use alternate routes until further notice.
     
     
  • Tropical Storm Warning issued for coastal areas - 10NEWS

    10 Weather Team is watching an area of showers and storms over the western Caribbean Sea that forecast models are suggesting will develop into Tropical Storm Colin later this afternoon.

  • Tropical storm warning includes Tampa Bay
    Sunday, June 5, 2016 11:48am

    A tropical storm warning is in effect for a large stretch of Florida's Gulf coast from Indian Pass in the northern Panhandle to Englewood south of Tampa.

    The National Hurricane Center in Miami issued the warning before noon EDT Sunday. Tropical storm conditions — including heavy rain and strong wind — are expected to reach the area under the warning by Monday afternoon.

    The storm — moving north at about 8 mph — is expected to become a tropical storm before reaching the Florida coast. Maximum sustained winds are near 35 mph.

    Isolated tornadoes are possible Monday afternoon in parts of Florida and southern Georgia.

    Regardless of development, heavy rains and flooding are expected in the Yucatan Peninsula, western Cuba, the Florida Keys and Florida's Gulf Coast over the next few days.

    Florida Gov. Rick Scott planned a briefing with state emergency management officials Sunday afternoon.

    Sand bags were being distributed to residents in St. Petersburg, Tampa and nearby cities.



  • Advisory #1 for TD Three. A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect from Sarasota County northward to Big Bend. #flwx http://pbs.twimg.com/media/CkMrCqqUkAUnI09.jpg

  • TBW issues Marine Warning for Tampa Bay waters [GM] till 2:00 PM EDT nwschat.weather.gov/vtec/#2016 -O-N…
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  • National Weather Service Tampa Bay Ruskin FL 
    1:40 PM EDT SUN JUN 5 2016 
     
    .AVIATION...
    Brief MVFR/IFR cigs/vsbys from developing shra/tsra will be possible at the terminal sites during the remainder of the afternoon and evening hours, with widespread MVFR/IFR conditions developing after 06Z as deep tropical moisture associated with a northward moving tropical
    system lifting north into the eastern Gulf of Mexico overspreads the region.

    .

    Prev Discussion... /issued 12:43 PM EDT SUN JUN 5 2016
    UPDATE...
    Raob data shows an increase in moisture across the forecast area.
    This moisture combined with daytime heating and the sea breeze will support numerous shower and scattered
    thunderstorms development over the region the remainder of the afternoon with some locally heavy rains, gusty winds, and frequent lightning strikes the main hazards.
    AS we move into tonight and Monday newly developed tropical depression 3 is forecast to strengthen into tropical storm Colin as
    this system moves northward into the eastern Gulf of Mexico.


    As the system moves north deeper tropical moisture will overspread the region along with increasing winds later tonight into Monday with tropical storm conditions possible with heavy rains and gusty winds expected from Pinellas Hillsborough Counties north into the Nature Coast counties on
    Monday, and tropical storm warning have been posted for these locations.
    In addition to the rain increasing wind shear in the atmosphere will bring an increased risk for severe storms with isolated tornadoes and marine waterspouts possible. All residents and visitors should stay tuned
    to the latest forecast tonight and Monday.
    All grids as well the zone forecast products have been updated to reflect  the warning headlines and expected trends. 

     MARINE...
    Tropical Storm Warnings are now in effect from Englewood north to the Suwannee River out 60 NM.
    Based on latest gridded winds will hoist small craft headlines for Charlotte Harbor as well as the near and offshore waters from Bonita Beach north to Englewood starting at 8 PM EDT tonight as
    winds and seas increase across the waters as the tropical system to the south moves northward into the eastern Gulf waters.
    Coastal will be updated shortly to reflect the added small craft headlines.
     
    TBW Watches/Warnings/Advisories... 
    FL...Tropical Storm Warning for Coastal Citrus-Coastal Hernando-Coastal Hillsborough-Coastal Levy-Coastal Manatee- Coastal Pasco-Coastal Sarasota-Inland Citrus-Inland Hernando-Inland Hillsborough-Inland Levy-Inland Pasco-Pinellas-Sumter. 

    Gulf waters...Tropical Storm Warning for Coastal waters from Englewood to Tarpon Springs FL out 20 NM-Coastal waters from Tarpon Springs to Suwannee River FL out 20 NM-Tampa Bay waters-Waters from Englewood to Tarpon Springs FL out 20 to 60 NM-Waters from Tarpon Springs to
    Suwannee River FL out 20 to 60 NM.
     

    Small Craft Advisory from 8 PM this evening to 11 AM EDT Tuesday for Charlotte Harbor and Pine Island Sound-Coastal waters from Bonita Beach to Englewood FL out 20 NM-Waters from Bonita Beach to Englewood FL out 20 to 60 NM.

  • Sandbag Prep In Tampa: 450 bag in less than 30 minutes 
    Luis Santana | Times 6.5.2016 
    Luis Santana | Times 6.5.2016  
     
     

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  • TBW issues Marine Warning till 3:00 PM EDT nwschat.weather.gov/vtec/#2016 -O-N…
  • LSR: 1 W Macdill Air Force [Hillsborough Co, FL] awos reports TSTM WND GST of M40 MPH at 01:20 PM EDT (awos s... nwschat.weather.gov/lsr/#TBW /20160…
  • Round 1 moving north of Tampa Bay, round 2 moving in from the south. #flwx http://pbs.twimg.com/tweet_video_thumb/CkNO-wYUoAA8OSq.jpg

  • #TBTWeather : Shelter for @StPeteFL citizens affected by storm on stand-by for Monday Morning: Northside Baptist Church - 6000 38th Avenue N.
  • TBW issues Marine Warning for Tampa Bay waters [GM] till 3:30 PM EDT nwschat.weather.gov/vtec/#2016 -O-N…
  • Gov. Scott calls off meeting with Donald Trump to focus on tropical storm

    Gov. Rick Scott has called off his Monday meeting in New York with Donald Trump so he can monitor the tropical storm, an aide said. Scott was to meet with Trump tomorrow morning to discuss strategy for the general election and Florida.

    –Alex Leary, Times staff writer 
  • #TBTWeather : Shelter for @StPeteFL citizens affected by storm on stand-by for Monday Morning: Northside Baptist Church - 6000 38th Avenue N.
  • TD #3 will bring an elevated risk of storm surge, high winds and heavy rainfall to areas of FL into Tuesday. http://pbs.twimg.com/media/CkNN5lIWsAIx__V.jpg

  • LSR: 3 W Macdill Air Force [Gmz830 Co, FL] mesonet reports MARINE TSTM WIND of M39 MPH at 01:24 PM EDT (old p... nwschat.weather.gov/lsr/#TBW /20160…
  • Tropical Storm Warning issued for coastal areas

    10NEWS10 Weather Team is  watching an area of showers and storms over the western Caribbean Sea that forecast models are suggesting will develop into Tropical Storm Colin later this afternoon.
  • LSR: Lakeland Highlands [Polk Co, FL] mesonet reports TSTM WND GST of M43 MPH at 03:25 PM EDT (mesonet statio... nwschat.weather.gov/lsr/#TBW /20160…
  • Number of @DukeEnergy customers without power:
    Haines City - 1,680
    Land O' Lakes - 655
    Dunedin - 92
    St. Pete - 355 http://pbs.twimg.com/media/CkNkTx7WsAAqBWg.jpg

  • What Hillsborough is doing:

     
    Solid Waste Collection 
    All Hillsborough County garbage, recycling and yard waste collections remain scheduled as usual on Monday. However, collection services may be discontinued or delayed due to road or weather-related conditions. If collection services are canceled for your service day, collection will resume on your next 
    scheduled day for collection of those items.

    Reporting Flooding and Road Problems
    Residents can call (813) 635-5400 to report flooding and road problems or to request additional information.

    Safety Information
    For weather-related safety tips and other valuable information, go to HillsboroughCounty.org/StaySafe.

    Get Connected. Stay Alert.
    Hillsborough County residents and visitors are encouraged to register for HCFL Alert, Hillsborough County's official public notification system for emergency and urgent alerts. To receive messages by email, phone, and text, go to HillsboroughCounty.org/HCFLAlert.
     
    – Hillsborough County Emergency Operations, 6.5.2016 3:58p.m.
  • What St. Petersburg is doing:

    A tropical storm warning is in effect for the Tampa Bay area. Forecasters and computer models have adjusted the path slightly northward with landfall of the storm's center in the Big Bend region of the state. Even on that course, heavy rains will impact St. Petersburg with current projections in the range of 4 to 6 inches, with the heaviest rain hitting Monday afternoon and evening. Tides are expected to run 3 to 4 feet above normal Monday evening and Tuesday morning. There is also a probability of water spouts that could move on shore along the coast. Historically flood prone areas in St. Petersburg should prepare for localized flooding.

    Hurricane hunters with the National Hurricane Center will evaluate the system his afternoon.

    The St. Petersburg Office of Emergency Management is monitoring this storm closely and preparing for the impacts the storm may cause.  The following actions have taken place or are in motion:


    *       High water vehicles are staged and ready to be deployed if needed.

    *       Variable message boards will be placed in 3 historically flood prone locations - 
        62nd Ave N, 
        Shore Acres (40th Ave NE)
        Snell Isle bridge (22nd Ave NE) - to notify residents to expect high water.

    *   The City Emergency Operations Center (EOC) has been prepped and on stand by 
    for Monday morning.

    *  A shelter for citizens affected by the storm has been placed on stand-by for 
    Monday Morning.
    o       Northside Baptist Church: 6000 38th Avenue North St. Petersburg
     
    – St. Petersburg Fire and Rescue, 6.5.2016, 2:24p.m.
  • TBW issues Areal Flood Watch till Jun 07, 12:00 AM EDT nwschat.weather.gov/vtec/#2016 -O-N…
  • TBW issues Flood Warning valid at Jun 06, 11:54 AM EDT for ((RVWF1)) till Jun 07, 2:20 AM EDT nwschat.weather.gov/vtec/#2016 -O-N…
  • What Citrus County is doing

     
    Citrus County is under a Tropical Storm Warning.  As a reminder, a tropical storm warning means that sustained winds of 39 - 73mph are possible within 48 hours, in association with a tropical, subtropical, or post-tropical cyclone.  West Citrus County could expect 4 - 6 inches and 3 - 5 in other parts of the county.

    Potential Impacts
    Above normal tides 1 -4 feet Monday afternoon into Tuesday morning.  12pm - 9pm Monday
    Flooding rain of 4 to 6 inches Monday - Tuesday night
    Isolated 8 inches for Levy, Citrus, Hernando, Sumter, Pasco, Pinellas, and Hillsborough River flooding developing Monday night and persisting through Thursday

     Waterspouts/Tornadoes in rain bands
        1. Highly Sheared Environment with waterspouts likely
        2. Some may briefly move on shore
        3. Rain bands could contain rotating storms producing small short-lived tornadoes

    Citizens Information Lines will be open Monday for any questions regarding the storm:
    7am - 10pm - 3 lines open
    352-249-2775
    352-249-2776
    352-249-2777
  • What Pinellas County is doing

     
    Pinellas County continues to monitor the development of Tropical Depression Three in the Gulf of Mexico, in coordination with partner agencies, including the National Weather Service. This tropical depression is expected to develop into Tropical Storm Colin today. A tropical storm warning has been issued, which means that tropical storm conditions are possible within the next 24 hours.
     
    Conditions expected from this event based on the current forecast include heavy rain, potential flooding, possible waterspouts and tornadoes. Minor coastal and low-lying area flooding is possible along with 20 to 35 m.p.h. winds most of the day, with summer-like thunderstorm gusts up to 50 m.p.h. possible. The forecast includes 4 to 6 inches of rain Monday into Tuesday, along with a high threat of waterspouts and tornadoes.
     
    As residents and businesses brace for anticipated heavy rain and potentially high winds, the county is advising residents and businesses, especially those in flood prone areas, to take the following steps today:
     
    *       Gather essential supplies for several days, including water, food and prescription medications for all members of a household, including pets. A survival kit list is available in the 2016 All Hazards Guide on pages 2 and 3.
     
    *       Have a weather alert radio or a mobile app that will alert you of severe weather, such as tornadoes. Make sure the app will emit a loud tone to wake you if severe weather occurs overnight.
     
    *       Know your flood zone, which can be found online at www.pinellascounty.org/flooding/maps.htm.
     
    *       Locate a higher ground location to move vehicles to if neighborhood streets, driveways and business parking lots begin to flood.
     
    *       Plan where family members, pets and/or co-workers and employees will go if  flood waters rise and sheltering at home or in a place of business becomes impossible; consider options for temporary shelter with friends, relatives or neighboring businesses in areas not prone to flooding.
     
    *       Plan to limit road travel on Monday, June 6, if possible. Road conditions and visibility may be poor due to severe weather.
     
    *       Sign up for free emergency alerts through Alert Pinellas, by visiting  www.pinellascounty.org/alertpinellas.
     
    *       Pay close attention to weather forecasts to be aware of changing conditions and recommended actions.
     
    *       Review additional tips and planning tools in the 2016 All Hazards Guide, available in English and Spanish at www.pinellascounty.org/emergency.
     
    As part of the county's preparedness efforts, the Emergency Operations Center will be partially activated on Monday, June 6, no later than 10 a.m. This will allow county and partner agencies to be in place and ready to respond to developing situations.
     
  • Area Forecast National Weather Service Tampa Bay - Ruskin, FL 4:29p.m. EDT Sun. 6.5.2016
     
     ...Tropical Depression 3 to strengthen over the Gulf tonight... 
    ...Severe Weather with isolated tornadoes possible on Monday... 
    ...Very Heavy Rainfall and Flooding Possible on Monday... 
     

     
     
     
    .SHORT TERM (Tonight - Monday)...
    Tropical depression 3 over the southern Gulf of Mexico this afternoon is expected to become tropical storm Colin tonight as it lifts north then northeast through the eastern Gulf waters through Monday night. Based on the latest model guidance and track information from the National Hurricane Center Tropical Storm conditions will likely affect Pinellas and coastal Hillsborough counties as well as the Nature Coast counties on Monday with squally winds and some very heavy rainfall as rainbands associated with the tropical system moves across the region. In addition, increasing wind shear will bring an increased threat of severe weather to the region with the primary threat being and increased tornado potential, and the Storm Prediction Center has placed all of West Central and Southwest Florida in a Slight Risk of severe storms through Monday. With copious amounts of moisture (PW's increasing to near 2.6 inches!) advancting into the region and increasing large scale convergence expected to set up across the region rainfall amounts of 3 to 6 inches will be possible through Monday night, with amounts up to 8 inches possible along the coast from Sarasota northward to Cedar Key. Given the potential for some very heavy rainfall a Flood watch has been issued for all of West Central and Southwest Florida beginning late tonight and continuing through Monday night. 
     
     .LONG TERM (Monday Night - Sunday)...
    For Monday night, the main issue will be Tropical Depression 3 (or what could become Tropical Storm Colin), which will likely be very close to coming ashore somewhere over the big bend region of the
    state.
    Expect rainfall to be continuing through the first part of the overnight hours as the system continues its trek across the state. As it moves northeast into the Atlantic, rain chances will drop some, but deep tropical moisture and a remnant trough will remain in place across most of the region, so still expecting to see scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms, with chances increasing as you go further south. We will still be looking at breezy conditions and gusty winds on Monday night, especially over the waters where Small Craft Advisory Conditions will be in place, but winds will diminish during the rest of Tuesday.

    The remnant trough will help fuel additional shower and thunderstorm activity right to the end of the week, especially for central and southern parts of the forecast area, though some rain can be expected for the northern portions as well.
    For late Friday into the weekend, it looks like high pressure will set back up over the region and we will see more sea breeze-type convection in the afternoon and evening hours.
     
     
     .AVIATION...
    Brief MVFR/IFR cigs/vsbys from fast moving shra/tsra will be possible at the terminal sites through the remainder of the afternoon and evening hours, with widespread MVFR/IFR conditions developing after 06Z as deep tropical moisture associated with a northward moving tropical system lifting north into the eastern Gulf of Mexico overspreads the region. Gusty winds up to 40 knots will be possible in the vicinity of tsra the remainder of the afternoon, with gusts above 34 knots at KTPA, KPIE, and KSRQ
    possible after 16Z on Monday as a tropical system moves north through the eastern Gulf waters through Monday night.
     
     
    .MARINE...
    Wind and seas will increase across the Gulf waters tonight through Monday as tropical depression or (tropical cyclone Colin) moves north then northeast through the eastern Gulf waters through Monday night. Based on the current track of this system from the National Hurricane Center, tropical storm force winds along with building seas are expected to spread north across the central and northern near and offshore Gulf waters (Englewood north to the Suwannee River out 60nm) by early Monday morning, with solid small craft conditions expected over the near and offshore waters south of Englewood through Monday night. The increasing winds and seas will lead to some very hazardous boating conditions on the Gulf through Monday night and all mariners should remain in port if at all possible. Lighter winds and lower seas will return to the waters Tuesday through Friday as the aforementioned system moves away from the region. 
     
    FIRE WEATHER...
    Increasing 20 foot winds and transport winds will result in high dispersion indices across the forecast area on Monday, otherwise humidity values will remain well above critical levels through the much of the upcoming week with no other fire weather issues expected at this time.
     
    .HYDROLOGY...
    Deep tropical moisture will overspread the region tonight as a tropical system over the southern Gulf of Mexico moves north into the eastern Gulf waters overnight. This moisture combined with increasing large scale lift will support increasing rain chances overnight through Monday as rainbands associated with the tropical system move across the region. Rainfall amounts of 3 to 6 inches will be possible with amounts up to 8 inches possible along the coast from Sarasota north to Cedar Key. Given the heavy rainfall potential have issued a Flood Watch for the entire forecast area for late tonight through Monday night.
     
    .TBW Watches/Warnings/Advisories... 
    FL...Flood Watch from 4 AM EDT Monday through Monday evening  for Coastal Charlotte-Coastal Citrus-Coastal Hernando-Coastal Hillsborough-Coastal Lee-Coastal Levy-Coastal Manatee-Coastal Pasco-Coastal Sarasota-DeSoto-Hardee-Highlands-Inland Charlotte-Inland Citrus-Inland Hernando-Inland Hillsborough-Inland Lee-Inland Levy-Inland Manatee-Inland Pasco-Inland Sarasota-Pinellas-
    Polk-Sumter.
     
     
     Tropical Storm Warning for Coastal Citrus-Coastal Hernando-Coastal Hillsborough-Coastal Levy-Coastal Manatee-Coastal Pasco-Coastal Sarasota-Inland Citrus-Inland Hernando-Inland Hillsborough-Inland Levy-Inland Pasco-Pinellas-Sumter. 
     
    Gulf waters...Tropical Storm Warning for Coastal waters from Englewood to Tarpon Springs FL out 20 NM-Coastal waters from Tarpon Springs to Suwannee River FL out 20 NM-Tampa Bay waters-Waters from Englewood to Tarpon Springs FL out 20 to 60 NM-Waters from Tarpon Springs to Suwannee River FL out 20 to 60 NM. 
     
    Small Craft Advisory from 8 PM this evening to 11 AM EDT Tuesday for Charlotte Harbor and Pine Island Sound-Coastal waters from Bonita Beach to Englewood FL out 20 NM-Waters from Bonita Beach to Englewood FL out 20 to 60 NM.

     
     
  • TBW issues Marine Warning for 6 counties/zones in [GM] till 6:45 PM EDT nwschat.weather.gov/vtec/#2016 -O-N…
  • Remember: #Flood waters contain hidden dangers. Be careful & #StaySafe in the event of flooding. http://pbs.twimg.com/media/CkNjyqAUkAA82HT.jpg

  • Weather Alert: Tropical Storm Warning issued June 05 at 5:00PM EDT until further notice by NWS ift.tt/1Y9PwN8

  • LSR: 1 N Beverly Hills [Citrus Co, FL] mesonet reports TSTM WND GST of M41 MPH at 04:15 PM EDT (mesonet stati... nwschat.weather.gov/lsr/#TBW /20160…
  • Story: Meteorologists monitoring weather to see if Tropical Storm Colin could hit Florida
    Times Staff

    Emergency management officials Saturday urged Tampa Bay area residents to keep an eye on a low-pressure system expected to bring heavy rain and the potential for flooding and tornadoes early next week.

    The National Hurricane Center said the system, which was just south of the Yucatan Peninsula on Saturday evening, could develop into a tropical depression or a tropical storm by late Sunday or on Monday. It would be named Colin.

    Regardless of exactly how the system develops, the Tampa Bay area could get up to 5 inches of rain starting Monday. The heaviest rain is expected overnight Monday into Tuesday, 10News WTSP meteorologist Ashley Batey said. About 24 hours of rainfall is expected, starting early afternoon Monday and ending midday Tuesday, Batey said. Read more...
  • Sandbag hours extended til 9pm tonight at Bobby Hicks Pool - 4201 W. Mango Avenue
    Jackson Heights Playground - 3310 E. Lake Avenue
  • Storm's headed to the panhandle, but Tampa Bay is going to get a TON of rain. #tbtweather bit.ly/1U7MNSP twitter.com/CLWPublicSafet…
  • Here we go. #tbtweather (More on the storm here: bit.ly/1U7MNSP & look for an update in the next hour). twitter.com/NHC_Atlantic/s…
  • TBW issues Marine Warning till 7:30 PM EDT nwschat.weather.gov/vtec/#2016 -O-N…
  • #TropicalStormColin has been christened. Third named storm of the season which is only five days old. Worst weather should be tomorrow.
  • Colin is the earliest third tropical storm to form on record in the Atlantic basin. hurricanes.gov #Colin http://pbs.twimg.com/tweet_video_thumb/CkN_SKPWgAAvyM3.jpg

  • TBW issues Marine Warning till 9:30 PM EDT nwschat.weather.gov/vtec/#2016 -O-N…
  • 8PM #Colin Update. Not much change in expected impacts for the area. #flwx http://pbs.twimg.com/media/CkOkmy3VEAAYfhP.jpg

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