Hurricane Irene

August 25, 2011 by staff 

Hurricane IreneHurricane Irene, While the center of Hurricane Irene will be kept 200 miles off the Atlantic coast of Florida, the coastal counties of Central Florida are still some strong elements linked to the massive Category 3 hurricane.

A High Surf Advisory is in effect for the coast of Central Florida until 8 pm Friday. Watch the waves from 8 to 12 feet with dangerous rip current conditions.

Outer bands of rain pushed ashore Irene at noon on Thursday. Waiting periods of heavy rain during the afternoon and evening. Winds will begin to build, with time running out in the range of 20 to 25 mph, with gusts easily reaching 30 mph pace for 35, with some peaks of 40 to 45 mph possible.

Recommendations of the winds will continue until Thursday afternoon. Mar also increase dramatically, with the surf along the coast.

Central Florida will continue to see rain pushed ashore during the night as winds shift and come from the north 15 to 25 mph Friday morning.

Friday’s rain chances will be higher in the morning, but as Irene moves further north and northeast, the Orlando area to see the cloud cover and rest gradually move offshore precipitation times pm. Look for another windy day because the winds come from the northwest 15 to 25 mph.

Dry air filter behind the storm take the limited chances of rain this weekend, when the winds from the west.

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