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STORM LATEST: Nicole's Projected Path Shifts Closer Over Central Florida Bringing Increasing Rain

Tropical Storm Nicole is expected to become a hurricane and is projected to pass right over Central Florida this week.


Impacts from Nicole are expected to ramp up, bringing rain to Central Florida throughout the day on Wednesday and Thursday and eventually late Friday.


The latest computer models have moved a little bit farther to the north and so had the cone of uncertainty, now putting landfall roughly in southern Brevard County late Wednesday into early Thursday.


Nicole is forecast to be near or at hurricane strength by Wednesday when it approaches the Florida coast.


Nicole’s center is then expected to move across central and into northern Florida on Thursday night.


Nicole's Projected Path Shifts Closer Over Central Florida Bringing Increasing Rain

As Tropical Storm Nicole continues to near the east coast of Florida, watches and warnings are now in effect for every county in east Central Florida.


A hurricane warning is in effect for all of Brevard County, coastal Volusia and coastal Flagler counties. This means hurricane conditions can be expected within the next 36 hours.


Farther inland, a tropical storm warning is in effect for inland Volusia, Lake, Orange, Seminole and Osceola counties.


A tropical storm watch is also now in effect for Sumter, Marion and inland Flagler counties.


STORM LATEST: Nicole's Projected Path Shifts Closer Over Central Florida Bringing Increasing Rain

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