NWS STORM RADAR: Monitor Hurricane Nicole as it Approaches Florida’s East Coast

Multiple bands of rainfall are expected over the next several hours

WATCH: As of 11 p.m., Hurricane Nicole is about 60 miles ESE of the Treasure Coast, moving WNW. Multiple bands of rainfall are expected over the next several hours, bringing an increased tornado threat tonight. Storm surge, dangerous winds and moderate flooding threats all continue. Conditions will deteriorate rapidly yet again as the other side of the eyewall moves into the area.

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE, BREVARD COUNTY – As of 11 p.m., Hurricane Nicole is about 60 miles ESE of the Treasure Coast, moving WNW.

Multiple bands of rainfall are expected over the next several hours, bringing an increased tornado threat tonight. Storm surge, dangerous winds and moderate flooding threats all continue.

As Nicole crosses the peninsula, there will be an increase in winds near the center followed by a 30 to 60 minute lull in winds/squalls as the eye passes. DO NOT LET THIS FOOL YOU.

Conditions will deteriorate rapidly yet again as the other side of the eyewall moves into the area.

Avoid the beaches and areas with flooding. While we are heading into the low tide cycle, higher surge and flooding is expected with the next high tide cycle.

Before heading to bed, ensure that you have multiple ways of receiving weather alerts.

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