center of Nicole near the west coast of North Florida; Strong winds, dangerous storm surges continue

Watch the latest WPBF 25 first warning weather forecast in the video player above. Nicole is a tropical storm after making landfall as a Category 1 hurricane at 3 AM just south of Vero Beach. Gallery: Hurricane Nicole Affects South Florida As of 1pm on Thursday, Nicole is 45 miles north of Tampa and 165 miles southeast of Tallahassee. Maximum sustained winds are 45 mph and are moving northwest at 15 mph. Warnings and Warnings Tropical Storm Warning is in effect: Sebastian Inlet Florida to South Santee River South Carolina Longboat Key to Indian Pass FloridaA Where a storm surge warning is in effect: Sebastian Inlet Florida to Altamaha Sound Georgia St. Johns River Entrance Georgetown FloridaAnclote River Florida to Ochlockonee River Florida A storm surge advisory is in effect: Ochlockonee River to Indian Pass FloridaAltamaha Sound Georgia to South Santee River South Carolina Alert means that the situation is expected within 36 hours. The clock means that the situation is expected within 48 hours. weather | radar | Hurricane | transportation | Euro | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram First Warning Weather Outlook South Florida will affect Nicole through Thursday. WPBF 25 has declared Thursday the first warning weather day. About 8 inches of rain can fall. The NHC says storm surges can soar up to five feet in our area, causing water levels to rise five feet above normal tidal levels. Waves from 20 to 25 feet high from shore are expected, causing beach erosion and life-threatening rip currents. The storm is expected to weaken as it moves into northern Florida and central Georgia before hitting the Carolina on Friday. A tropical cyclone is likely by Friday. Hurricane Hunter: ‘November storms in the Atlantic Ocean are rare’ Get the latest weather updates with the WPBF 25 News app. You can download it here. Watch the latest WPBF 25 first warning weather forecast in the video player above. Nicole is a tropical storm after making landfall as a Category 1 hurricane at 3 AM just south of Vero Beach. Gallery: Hurricane Nicole Affects South Florida As of 1pm on Thursday, Nicole is 45 miles north of Tampa and 165 miles southeast of Tallahassee. Maximum sustained winds are 45 mph and are moving northwest at 15 mph. Advisories and Warnings Areas in effect tropical storm warning: Sebastian Inlet Florida to South Santee River South Carolina Longboat Key to Indian Pass FloridaA Areas in effect storm surge warning: Sebastian Inlet Florida to Altamaha Sound Georgia St. John’s River Inlet George, Florida A storm surge advisory is in effect from Town to Enclot River Florida to Oklocony River in Florida: Oklocony River to Indian Pass FloridaAltamaha Sound Georgia to South Santy River South Carolina The warning states that the situation is expected within 36 hours. means that The clock means that the situation is expected within 48 hours. weather | radar | Hurricane | transportation | Euro | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram First Warning Weather Outlook South Florida will affect Nicole through Thursday. WPBF 25 has declared Thursday the first warning weather day. About 8 inches of rain can fall. The NHC says storm surges can soar up to 5 feet in our area, which could raise water levels 5 feet above normal tidal levels. Waves from 20 to 25 feet high from shore are expected, causing beach erosion and life-threatening rip currents. The storm is expected to weaken as it moves into northern Florida and central Georgia on Thursday before hitting the Carolina on Friday. It is likely to become a tropical cyclone by Friday. You can download it here.
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