Subtropical Storm Nicole eyes Florida’s east coast

November 7, 2022

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Florida’s east coast was placed under hurricane watch today as Subtropical Storm Nicole moves in its direction. Nicole is the 14th named storm of the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season.

Nicole is on track to approach Florida’s east coast by Wednesday night after moving through the Bahamas, where it could bring rain, strong winds and storm surge. The storm is expected to drop heavy rainfall starting Wednesday night and continuing into Thursday across Florida, potentially causing flash and urban flooding. A storm surge watch has also been issued for the area and portions of coastal Georgia.

According to forecasts, the storm will gradually strengthen over the next few days and be near or at hurricane intensity by Wednesday as it approaches Florida.

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