4 Videos Of The Week – March 11th, 2011

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4 Videos Of The Week - March 11th, 2011

LATE WINDS

24 Hour Weather Service

of FLorida has revised its damaging winds forecast from three to 10 mb for the St Johns River, north of City-Of. [main]Tricounty.graphic.radio [main]damaging winds for the FL-SOUTHCENTRAL (West), —and FL-NORTH (East). [main]eightteen mb of winds are forecast this afternoon to Sunday. LINK3==*/>>www.nwcgraphic.hi [chart-divider=new]2==*/>>www.nwcgraphic.hi[chart-divider=new]1==*/>>www.nwcgraphic.hi[chart-divider=new]3==*/>>www.nwcgraphic.hi[chart-divider=new]2==*/>>www.nwcgraphic.hi[chart-divider=new]4==*/>>www.nwcgraphic.hi[chart-divider=new]3==*/>>www.nwcgraphic.hi[chart-divider=new]1==*/>>www.nwcgraphic.hi[chart-divider=new]

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NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA – March 10, 2011 / PulseNews/ — With the Southeastern storm system system firmly in place and the severe weather

threat weakening, record low temperatures are underway in a region that has

languished since Saturday when they hit zero-degrees in Mobile, Alabama.

Many cities in the deep South experienced single-digit

temperatures, including Dallas, the nation’s third largest city. Baltimore also experienced

its single-digit temperature the day before.

Tropical Storm Isaac is set to reach the Gulf Coast early Thursday

morning.

MODERATE TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS

20 Gallery: 20 Gallery: 20 Rare and Amazing Storm Photos

CENTRAL FLORIDA/NORTHERN WEST PALM BEACH COUNTY/ BOCA RATON

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS:

Heavy rain began to arrive as an approaching cold front flowed northward through the Florida

Everglades.

Stations from the Key West area south to St. Petersburg received

almost three inches of rain, with 4.6 inches falling near the Hollywood

and Boca Raton areas.

Thunderstorms with 60 mph winds or more were spotted from south

Orlando to Pensacola.

METEOROLOGIST 1 A COOL START to the day in Boca:

Portions of Palm Beach County and western Broward County got an early

spring surprise when well-above-average overnight lows were registered.

Temperatures fell into the mid-50s with numerous flurries possible.

By dawn, the winds were stiffest in the northern regions of Broward

and Palm Beach County.

Only the Melbourne area of Melbourne, Melbourne and Port

Charles hit the low 40s.

STATEWIDE WARNINGS AND TORNADOES

TORNADO WATCH:

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AMESTODA: ***Tornado WATCH IS IN EFFECT FOR SOUTHWESTERN S. FLORIDA TOWARD CAPE CORAL, NEW SMYRNA BEACH, PENSACOLA, HAGERSTOWN, LUCAS AND WEST PORTALES BAY … EXPIRES AT 4PM.***

ONE OF THE STORMS:

AMBER: EASTERN AND LENORA CREEK, MARION COUNTY…

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AMBER: CORAL LAKE, SEMINOLE COUNTY…

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AMBER: TERREBONNE…

ALL TORNADO WARNINGS WERE ENDED THIS MORNING.

Source: SCE&G

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