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ANDREA Makes Landfall in Florida Big Bend

Posted by feww on June 7, 2013

TS ANDREA brings heavy rainfall

Tropical Storm ANDREA made landfall near the Big Bend of Florida, and continued moving northeast at 17 mph with sustained winds of about 17mph.

Andrea is expected to accelerate as it moves up along the East Coast through Saturday, bringing heavy rainfall, minor storm surge, strong rip currents, and isolated tornadoes, said NOAA.

TS ANDREA Rainfall Days 1-5
Tropical Storm ANDREA – 120-hour Rainfall Forecast (inches). Specialized WPC Precipitation Forecasts.

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