The center of Tropical Storm Andrea is inching ever closer to the Florida "bend" at this hour, and the threat of tornadoes will continue to ramp up across the state today as this takes place...
The latest Tornado Watch is in effect until 10pm EDT:
Fortunately, with the center of Andrea so close to land, little in the way of additional strengthening is likely insofar as tropical characteristics are concerned.
A deluge of heavy, potentially flooding rainfall will continue across Florida, southern Georgia and eventually South Carolina today, with the heavy rain forecast to spread North/Northeastward along the Eastern seaboard into the weekend:
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