Palm Coast, FL (32135)

5:09 AM EDT on October 18, 2017 (GMT -0400)
N. 5th St., Flagler Beach, FL | | Change Station

Elev 15 ft 29.48 °N, 81.13 °W | Updated 9 minutes ago

Mostly Cloudy
Mostly Cloudy
79.7 °F
Feels Like 84 °F
N
11.0
Wind Variable Wind from NE
Gusts 18.0 mph

Today
High -- | Low -- °F
--% Chance of Precip.
Yesterday
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Precip. -- in
Pressure 30.06 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Few 1700 ft
Scattered Clouds 4600 ft
Mostly Cloudy 7000 ft
Heat Index 84 °F
Dew Point 74 °F
Humidity 83%
Rainfall 0.13 in
Snow Depth Not available.
7:28 AM 6:50 PM
Waning Crescent, 2% visible
METAR KDAB 180853Z 00000KT 10SM FEW017 SCT046 BKN070 22/22 A3006 RMK AO2 RAB15E26 TSB47E48 SLP179 P0000 60002 T02220222 56010 $
Pressure 30.06 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Few 1700 ft
Scattered Clouds 4600 ft
Mostly Cloudy 7000 ft
Heat Index 84 °F
Dew Point 74 °F
Humidity 83%
Rainfall 0.13 in
Snow Depth Not available.
7:28 AM 6:50 PM
Waning Crescent, 2% visible
METAR KDAB 180853Z 00000KT 10SM FEW017 SCT046 BKN070 22/22 A3006 RMK AO2 RAB15E26 TSB47E48 SLP179 P0000 60002 T02220222 56010 $

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Coastal Flood Warning, Coastal Hazard Statement, High Surf Advisory
Issued: 3:59 AM EDT Oct. 18, 2017 – National Weather Service

... Coastal Flood Warning in effect until 4 am EDT Thursday...
... High rip current risk now in effect through Thursday evening...
... High surf advisory remains in effect until 7 PM EDT this
evening...

The National Weather Service in Jacksonville has issued a coastal
Flood Warning, which is in effect until 4 am EDT Thursday. The
coastal flood advisory is no longer in effect.

* Coastal flooding... moderate tidal flooding is expected around
times of high tide within the St. Johns River basin and its
tributaries... along area beaches... and within coastal estuaries.
Elevated water levels likely to continue into Friday.

* Waves and surf... 5 to 7 feet.

* Impacts... river and creek flooding around the times of high
tide will cause minor flooding of mainly Parks, campgrounds,
docks and boat ramps and along some area Atlantic beaches.
Strong rip currents and rough surf are expected at area
beaches as well.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A coastal Flood Warning means that flooding is occurring or
imminent. Coastal residents in the warned area should be alert
for rising water, and take appropriate action to protect life and
property.

A high surf advisory means that high surf will affect beaches in
the advisory area, producing rip currents and localized beach
erosion.

There is a high risk of rip currents.

Rip currents will be life threatening.

Rip currents are powerful channels of water flowing quickly away
from shore, which occur most often at low spots or breaks in The
Sandbar and in the vicinity of structures such as groins, jetties
and piers. Heed the advice of lifeguards and the beach patrol.
Pay attention to flags and posted signs.

Swim near a lifeguard. If caught in a rip current remain calm.
Don't fight the current. Swim in a direction following the
shoreline. If unable to escape, face the shore and call or wave
for help. If tired, float or tread water until out of the rip
current.