Tropical Weather – Debby
Tropical Storm Debby
Update: June 27, 2012 – 9:00am
Tropical Depression Debby with only maximum sustained winds of 35mph is currently moving offshore and we will continue to experience improving conditions throughout the day. At this point, there are no reports of serious impacts from the storm to Campus as it moved through the area overnight.
Currently, besides a Lake Wind Advisory (issued for small boats), there are no watches or warnings impacting the UF Campus. Additionally, no tropical watches or warnings re in place for any portion of the Florida coastline.
A slight chance of showers (10%) remains for today with clearing conditions beginning now through this afternoon as TD Debby continues to move east. The Flood Watch for Alachua County has been discontinued though a Flood Warning remains for areas along and near the Santa Fe River.
For the latest forecast information, please visit www.tinyurl.com/uf-forecast.
Live streaming weather coverage is available from WRUF: http://www.wruf.com/weather/watch-live/.
Gainesville traffic and road conditions are available online: http://gac-smartraffic.com/
Current Advisories for Alachua County
Tropical weather advisories courtesy of the National Hurricane Center.