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The National Weather Service has declared Tornado Watch 423 remains in effect until 500 am EDT for Levy County and the neighboring counties of Alachua, Citrus, Dixie and Gilchrist.
A coastal flood warning is also in effect:
Coastal Flood Warning now in effect until 8 PM EDT Monday...
* coastal flooding... increasing southeast to southerly winds and
building seas will lead to above normal tides along the coast
through Monday. The above normal tides are expected to produce
minor to moderate coastal flooding and associated beach erosion.
Overwash may result in flooding of coastal roadways. The most
likely times to experience flooding will be at the times of high
* Timing... this afternoon through Monday.
* Impacts... minor to moderate coastal flooding with some overwash
from breaking wave action will be possible at times of high tide
through Monday. Water levels are expected to reach 2 to 4 feet
above ground level during high tide. The building surf and
breaking wave action will also increase the risk for rip
currents along area beaches.
A coastal Flood Warning means that flooding is occurring... or
will occur within 12 hours. Take final actions now to protect
life and property.
... Tropical storm watch remains in effect...
... Precautionary/preparedness actions...
Stay informed and listen for possible changes to the forecast.
Preparations for this storm should be made as soon as possible.
... Probability of tropical storm/hurricane conditions...
there is little chance for hurricane conditions at this time.
Also... the chance for tropical storm conditions at this time is
up to 49 percent. This represents a general steady trend since
the last forecast.
... Winds and seas...
as Tropical Storm Debby passes nearby... the threat for sustained
high winds should not increase. However... there is still some
possibility for tropical storm force winds. Since there is still
uncertainty... closely monitor the forecast for any significant