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Re: Early season Nor'easter
      Fri Sep 18 2020 10:07 PM

NWS Melbourne discussion:
Confidence increasing for a significant beach erosion and coastal flood event that will begin to unfold into Saturday night and continue through the weekend and early next week. High astronomical tides, large swells from distant Hurricane Teddy, and building wind waves from NE surge behind the front will all combine to produce high seas, dangerous surf, and the potential for moderate to major beach erosion and coastal flooding due to the long duration of the large swells. A Rip Current Risk has been extended through early next week, and a Coastal Flood Watch has
been issued for the coastal counties.
Sun-Wed...Very hazardous marine conditions greet this period as the long term marine event continues, with NERLY winds 20-25 kts and very gusty. A Small Craft Advisory will remain in place across the coastal waters through at least Tuesday evening, and consideration for a Gale Watch/Warning for portions of this period may be needed for potential of frequent gusts to around 35 mph. The pressure gradient gradually relaxes ever so slightly during the day on Mon- Tue remaining at or above 15 kts during this time, then only beginning to further decrease Tue night into Wed with E-ENE winds 10-15 kts. Seas remain very high, initially, at 13- 17 ft over the Gulf Stream and 10-14 ft near shore. A
slow/gradual subsiding of seas begins Mon night and by late day Wed, seas may fall to 9-10 ft Gulf Stream and 6-9 ft near shore, so a continuation of hazardous boating conditions for small craft during this entire period.

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