Conditions Will Gradually Improve Over The Coastal Waters Overnight As Debby Moves Inland.
However, Hazardous Winds And Seas Will Linger Into The Morning Hours, So A Small Craft Advisory Is Needed For Portions Of The Eastern Waters.
High Pressure Will Build Over The Region Through The End Of The Week With Minimal Winds And Seas.
A Much Drier Air Mass Will Move Into The Area In The Wake Of Debby, With Humidity Values Falling Into The Upper 20s Over The Florida Panhandle.
However...Erc And Dispersion Values Are Forecast To Remain Below Critical Values Through Thursday, So No Fire Weather Headlines Will Be Needed.
While The Heavy Rainfall Is Expected To Exit The Area Tonight, Flooding Issues Will Linger As The Massive Amounts Of Rainfall Gets Routed Into Area Rivers And Toward The Gulf.
Significant Concerns Continue With Areas Near The Sopchoppy River
And Tates Hell Swamp, Where Water Levels Continue To Rise.
Suwannee River Will Continue To Rise Towards Flood As Well.
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