– Subtropical Storm Nicole has formed east of the Bahamas. – This storm will track toward the Bahamas and the Southeast U.S. coast this week.

– Subtropical Storm Nicole has formed east of the Bahamas. – This storm will track toward the Bahamas and the Southeast U.S. coast this week.

Subtropical Tempest Nicole has provoked typhoon, tropical endlessly storm flood looks as a drawn out time of seaside flooding, ocean side, areas of strength for disintegration, high surf, tear flows, and weighty downpour is normal in Florida and portions of the Southeast this week.

Nicole turned into the fourteenth tempest of the Atlantic season early Monday morning and is focused a few hundred miles east of the Bahamas.

The tempest has been named subtropical for the present, and that implies a mixture type framework has qualities of both a tropical and non-hurricane

The red-shaded area denotes the potential path of the center of the tropical cyclone. It's important to note that impacts (particularly heavy rain, high surf, coastal flooding, winds) with any tropical cyclone usually spread beyond its forecast path. )

Gusty winds, high surf and dangerous rip currents are already on the increase on the Southeast coast because of a pressure gradient between Nicole and a strong high-pressure system building toward the eastern states.

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This should be interpreted as a broad outlook of where the heaviest rain may fall. Higher amounts may occur where bands or clusters of thunderstorms stall for over a period of a few hours

Nicole will be a large system, and therefore, it's likely to produce coastal flooding, tropical storm-force winds (39+ mph winds), heavy rainfall rough surf and rip currents along a broad portion of the Southeast coast from Florida to Georgia,