Harvey missed Florida by more than a thousand miles, but what’s left of the former Category 4 hurricane has produced some adverse weather across the panhandle. Numerous communities experienced localized flooding Wednesday, and the tropical moisture from Harvey will stream east and envelope more of Florida peninsula starting Friday. The extended holiday weekend won’t be a complete washout, but showers and thunderstorms will be more numerous and longer-lasting in many spots across north and central Florida.
Widespread flooding is not anticipated with this system, but flooding of low-lying areas where heavier rain bands persist is a possibility. The latest storm information on Harvey is listed below.
- 1.Harvey Headed to Texas, Could Become a Hurricane
- 2.Harvey Redevelops, Hurricane Watches Issued in Texas
- 3.Harvey Forecast to be a Major Hurricane when it hits Texas.
- 4.Catastrophic Flooding Expected from Hurricane Harvey in Texas
- 5.Harvey’s Heaviest Rain Headed to Houston Metro
- 6.Harvey Headed Inland, Irma Intensifying, and Gulf Being Monitored
- 7.Heavy Rain from Harvey’s Moisture Continues Thursday
- 8.Heavy Rain from Harvey’s Moisture Arrives This Weekend