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flood advisory
national weather service melbourne fl
907 pm edt fri sep 30 2016
orange fl-seminole fl-brevard fl-volusia fl-
907 pm edt fri sep 30 2016
the national weather service in melbourne has issued a
* flood advisory for...
eastern orange county in east central florida...
eastern seminole county in east central florida...
extreme northwestern brevard county in florida...
southeastern volusia county in east central florida...
* until 1000 pm edt
* at 905 pm edt...doppler radar indicated heavy rain due to
thunderstorms. this will cause minor flooding in the advisory area.
* some locations that will experience flooding include...
wedgefield...haulover canal...scottsmoor...christmas and mims.
radar indicates that 1 to 2 inches of rain has already fallen in
some locations...and another inch or two will be possible before the
rain tapers off, resulting in 1 to 3 inches over much of the
advisory area .
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a flood advisory means heavy rainfall is causing or is likely to
cause ponding of water in urban areas and elevate river or stream
flows. minor flooding may cause temporary lane or road closures...
but the threat of water entering homes and businesses is low.
excessive runoff from heavy rainfall will cause temporary flooding
of urban areas...such as highways...streets and intersections as
well as poor drainage areas and low lying spots.
motorists should deactivate cruise control and slow down in heavy
rainfall to reduce the risk of hydroplaning. leave safe distance
between other vehicles. do not drive your vehicle into areas where
the water covers the roadway. the water depth may be too great to
allow your car to cross safely. turn around...don't drown.
state law requires headlights to be turned on when windshield wipers
are in use.
to report flooding...have the nearest law enforcement agency relay
your report to the national weather service forecast office.
lat...lon 2874 8075 2862 8088 2841 8088 2838 8108
2859 8104 2859 8111 2871 8113 2876 8108
2885 8094

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