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According to the National Weather Service, very strong winds are expected in the wake of a cold front Friday night, November 18, 2022. Winds will gust to 45 knots at times with seas climbing to 14 feet. A Small Craft Advisory continues through Friday evening as strong winds persist ahead of the gale conditions. Cold temperatures will continue through the weekend with a slight warm-up early next week. Rain chances will hang around through early next week with the best chances for rain being on Saturday, November 19. A Wind Advisory is in effect from Midnight tonight through Noon on Sunday, November 20, for the islands from Baffin Bay to Port O'Connor for NE wind gusts up to 40 mph. Use extra caution when driving, especially high-profile vehicles, and secure outdoor objects. Very strong NE winds, long swell periods, and large wave heights will result in a HIGH risk of rip currents Saturday and Saturday night, November 19 and 20. Minor coastal flooding will be possible Friday night, November 18. A Coastal Flood Advisory is in effect from 8:00 p.m. this evening, November 18, until 3:00 a.m. Saturday, November 19. A Gale Warning is in effect for the bays and Coastal Waters from Midnight tonight until Noon on Sunday, November 20. NE winds will gust up to 45 knots at times with seas climbing to 15 feet by Saturday. Bays will be very rough. With cold temperatures and weather warnings in mind, please protect people, property, and pets.
Last Updated November 18, 2022
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