Inland Volusia County Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Areal Flood Watch
Statement as of 11:21 AM EST on November 25, 2014

...Flood Watch in effect through noon Wednesday...

The National Weather Service in Melbourne has issued a

* Flood Watch for a portion of east central Florida...including the following areas...coastal Volusia...inland Volusia... northern Brevard...Northern Lake...Orange...Osceola... Seminole...southern Brevard and Southern Lake.

* Through noon Wednesday

* deep southerly moisture and a slowly approaching cold front moving southeastward toward east central Florida will allow showers and thunderstorms to develop and train over the same areas this afternoon and tonight. Showers and storms are expected to produce heavy rainfall amounts of two to four additional inches with some areas along the I-4 corridor seeing higher amounts where storms move over the same areas. The threat for locally heavy rainfall is expected to continue early on Wednesday as the frontal boundary slowly drops through central Florida.

* Additional heavy rainfall would bring potential flooding to roadways...and low-lying and poor drainage areas. Areas that have received heavy rainfall over the past 24 hours will be especially vulnerable to flooding should heavy rain develop in your area. Smaller creeks and rivers may see rapid rises of water with continued heavy rainfall leading to the potential for flooding.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on current forecasts.

You should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible flood warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be prepared to take action should flooding develop.

Record Report
Statement as of 1:48 PM EST on November 26, 2014

...Record warm minimum temperature tied at Melbourne yesterday...

The minimum temperature at Melbourne Tuesday November 25th tied the previous record warm minimum of 73 degrees set in 1986.

Local Storm Report

11/25/2014 0700 PM

4 miles se of Ormond Beach, Volusia County.

Heavy rain m4.17 inch, reported by cocorahs.

Rainfall amount 4.17 inches so far today with minor flooding.

11/25/2014 0510 PM

2 miles N of Edgewater, Volusia County.

Heavy rain m6.00 inch, reported by cocorahs.

Cocorahs rainfall spotter in Edgewater reported 6.04 inches in the past 8 hours with minor flooding. Still raining hard.

11/25/2014 0520 PM

Daytona Beach, Volusia County.

Flood, reported by law enforcement.

Road closures at several roadways including CLyde Morris and beach street due to flooding from heavy rain.

11/25/2014 0441 PM

3 miles SSW of Spruce Creek, Volusia County.

Heavy rain m4.52 inch, reported by public.

Public report from New Smyrna Beach of rainfaill total since midnight.

11/25/2014 0130 PM

1 miles NNE of Edgewater, Volusia County.

Heavy rain m5.75 inch, reported by trained spotter.

A storm spotter in Edgewater reports 5.75 inches of rain has fallen at his residence since early this morning. Also reported numerous streets with standing water and flooding, specifically the 1400-1600 blocks of South Riverside drive as well as portions of sr-442 / Indian River Boulevard.