Early EVE satellite and RADAR PIX show surface LOW in east central
ga with convergent bands largely limited to Eastern Apalachee Bay
and SE Big Bend where reports of very RAIN continue. Another weaker
band across extreme WRN SE AL and FL Panhandle counties. In between
only ISOLD CONVECTION. Updated GRIDS for rest of eve to reflect SAME.
The approaching upper TROUGH will combine with surface low for
redevelopment of rain after midnight. HI RES WRF shows convergent
band from Walton country NEWD THRU Berrien county plus lingering
band over SE Big Bend. the FLASH FLOOD WATCH remains in effect for
se al/SRN tier ga counties and all of N FL till 12z Wed. HIGH rip
CURRENT risk remains for Wrn coastal counties effective 12z Wed.
will keep SCT convection into the overnight, especially closest to
the low in s/CNTRL ga. HPC estimated 2-3 inch MAX so some rain could
be locally heavy with the flood threat persisting.
With long period SLY swells from distant HURRICANE Ernesto advancing
newd, expect increasing surf to 2 to 4 feet late by late in the day.
a high rip current risk is in effect beginning 12z wed.