Seguimento América do Norte - 2018

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    Special Weather Statement
    National Weather Service Key West FL
    528 AM EST Wed Dec 19 2018

    FLZ076>078-192300-
    Monroe Upper Keys-Monroe Middle Keys-Monroe Lower Keys-
    Including the cities of Key Largo, Marathon, and Key West
    528 AM EST Wed Dec 19 2018

    ...STRONG COLD FRONT WILL IMPACT THE KEYS THURSDAY THROUGH
    FRIDAY NIGHT...

    A strong cold front is expected to blast through the Florida Keys
    and adjacent coastal waters late Thursday or Thursday night. This
    front is expected to bring multiple weather hazards to the Keys
    from Thursday morning through Friday evening, including strong to
    severe thunderstorms, strong winds on land with gales likely on
    the coastal waters, and possible coastal flooding on the Gulf and
    Bayside.

    The main weather event is expected to occur from Thursday morning
    through Friday night, but there is a possibility that a few
    isolated strong or severe thunderstorms may develop tonight well
    ahead of the cold front. The primary hazards with any
    thunderstorms that develop will be strong and gusty winds along
    with deadly lightning strikes and heavy rainfall. An isolated
    waterspout would also be possible.

    The potential for strong to severe thunderstorms ahead of and
    along the cold front will be highest from Thursday into Thursday
    night. These thunderstorms may organize into a squall line which
    could move through the Keys during the afternoon or evening hours.
    The primary hazards with any thunderstorms will be strong, gusty
    and shifting winds along with deadly lightning strikes and heavy
    rainfall. Some of the thunderstorms on Thursday or Thursday night
    could become severe with damaging winds and large hail. Isolated
    waterspouts will also be possible, and there is a slight risk of
    an isolated tornado as well. The Storm Prediction Center continues
    to include all of South Florida and the Keys within a severe
    thunderstorm risk area for Thursday into Thursday night.

    On land, gusty south to southwest winds will increase to 20 to 25
    mph on Thursday. Strong sustained west winds around 30 mph with
    gusts near 40 mph are expected on Friday, with winds possibly
    reaching these speeds beginning on Thursday night. This would
    require a Wind Advisory to be issued.

    These persistent and strong westerly winds will cause Coastal
    Flooding impacts from the north side of the Lower Keys through the
    Gulf side and Bayside communities of the Middle and Upper Keys.
    Total water levels may reach 3 to 4.5 feet above mean sea level
    for the Bayside communities of the Upper Keys on Friday into
    Friday night. The maximum water levels will likely occur along
    the shores of Blackwater and Buttonwood Sounds, around the time of
    high tide late Friday afternoon.

    Mariners should continue to prepare for a high impact marine
    weather event for Thursday through Friday night, and should take
    advantage of the benign weather conditions expected during the
    daylight hours today to make their preparations. Strong southerly
    breezes will develop on Thursday, becoming westerly and increasing
    to near gale behind the front Thursday night through Friday and
    into Friday night. Small Craft Advisories will certainly be
    needed during this event beginning on Thursday, and there is an
    increasing likelihood that Gale Warnings for sustained winds or
    frequent gale force gusts will be needed for much or all of the
    Keys coastal waters from Thursday night into Friday night. A Gale
    Watch is now in effect for all of the Keys coastal waters. Very
    large seas are also expected with this event, peaking on Friday
    at 10 to 17 feet across the Straits of Florida and deep waters of
    the southeastern Gulf of Mexico, 5 to 8 feet in Hawk Channel
    inside the reef, and 4 to 8 feet across the Gulf waters inside
    five fathoms.

    Listen to NOAA All Hazards Weather Radio for the latest weather
    information, including possible warnings. In addition, please
    remember to turn on your radio`s severe weather tone activation
    feature. Also visit your Florida Keys National Weather Service on
    the web at www.weather.gov/keywest.

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    VIDEO: Meteotsunami pushes wave of water into homes along Sanibel Island
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    Wave of water called a meteotsunami
    By ABC7 Staff | December 21, 2018 at 11:08 AM EST - Updated December 21 at 11:26 AM
    SARASOTA (WWSB) - Ever hear of a meteotsunami?

    That’s what meteorologists in the Fort Myers area say pushed this wall of water into cottages along Sanibel Island on Thursday. The video shows people standing by Castaways Cottages of Sanibel that were experiencing some flooding and then out of nowhere a wall of water pushes forward.
    ... http://www.mysuncoast.com/2018/12/2...s-wave-water-into-homes-along-sanibel-island/
     
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