The storm was forecast to come ashore late on Tuesday near the border between Louisiana and MS, and drop as much as 8 inches (20 cm) of rain in some areas of the U.S. South still reeling from hurricanes a year ago. It could have winds up to 60 miles per hour by the time it makes landfall late tomorrow night or early Wednesday morning around Louisiana or Mississippi.
Florence was moving toward the west-northwest near 16 miles per hour, with and maximum sustained winds of 60 miles per hour with higher gusts late Sunday evening, according to the hurricane center's 5 a.m. update.
Tropical storm warnings are in effect across southern Florida from Miami to Naples. The warning means there is danger of life-threatening inundation.
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It added, "Tides above normal can be expected Monday through midweek".
Behind Tropical Storm Florence, another tropical wave is trying to develop off the west coast of Africa. It urged residents to complete preparations for the storm today.
Tropical storm Gordon continues to gather strength as it makes its way into the Gulf. As it approached the upper Florida Keys, it strengthened and was reclassified.
As of Monday morning, about 1,500 Florida Power & Light customers were without power in Broward County and about 3,000 were without power in Miami-Dade County.
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According to the National Weather Service in Melbourne, the system will move across South Florida on Monday.
Expect windy conditions across South Florida with a strong breeze along our east coast on Monday. Heavy rainfall could lead to flash flooding.
"All of the models keep it out to sea through next weekend and way out into the Atlantic", he said.
In August, hurricane experts at Colorado State University said conditions in the Atlantic - cooler-than-average ocean surface temperatures and varying wind speeds - have diminished the chances of a hurricane striking the USA during the remainder of the hurricane season, which goes until November 30.
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