Althoughhas become a tropical now, its threat of flooding and tornadoes will continue spreading inland from the South to parts of the East until midweek. As down, strong and surge flooding will continue to be a threat near the northern States, a report said.
caused severe damage in southeast , including the metropolitan area, on Sunday.
Right now, the center ofcan be found over the lower Valley. are blowing from the west Panhandle, , and as heavy rain with gusty is spreading across southeast .
will likely weaken to a -like tropical depression today in . The remnant low will track through the central Appalachians and then the mid-Atlantic later this week.
From southeastto southwest , tropical warnings are still in effect. These areas will experience tropical- -force wind gusts Monday, which could cause additional damage and increase power outages.
Today’ssurge will continue to raise water levels along the northern .
Flooding rainfall from the South to the East will have the greatest impact on the East over the next week.
The followingtotal precipitation amounts are forecasted by NOAA’s Weather Prediction Center.
-From the coast ofto the Panhandle, 6-12 inches is possible with locally up to 15 inches through Tuesday morning.
-Centralto far western : 4-8 inches with isolated totals of up to 12 inches possible Monday night.
-MiddleValley, Valley, central Appalachians, and mid-Atlantic: 3-6 inches with some heavier totals Tuesday through Wednesday.
With inland tropical cyclones, isolated tornadoes can be a problem.
From the northernto southern-central , and western , there is the potential for some tornadoes Monday.
A few tornadoes could be seen in areas from thePanhandle to , and the southern Appalachians on Tuesday.
A few tornadoes may strike the mid-Atlantic on Wednesday, the report added.