August 18, 2021 Weather Related Service Update: TROPICAL DEPRESSION FRED HEAVY RAIN FROM FRED The National Weather Service has announced Post-Tropical Depression Fred will bring heavy rain which may lead to significant flash flooding, gusty winds, and a few tornadoes as it tracks north from the upper Ohio Valley into New England Wednesday and Thursday. We will continue to monitor conditions and post the most update-to-date storm information here, including the most recent service updates. Click here for live updates. Tuesday, August 17, 2021 FRED MOVING INLAND The National Weather Service has announced Tropical Depression Fred will continue to bring heavy rain, flash flooding, gusty winds, and a few tornadoes as it tracks across western Georgia Tuesday and across the southern Appalachians to West Virginia by Wednesday. Monday, August 16, 2021 TROPICAL STORM FRED TO MAKE LANDFALL MONDAY The National Weather Service has announced Tropical Storm Fred should make landfall in the western Florida Panhandle Monday afternoon or night. Heavy rainfall from Fred through Tuesday could lead to flash, urban, small stream, and isolated river flooding impacts from western Florida into the Mid-Atlantic. August 13, 2021: TROPICAL DEPRESSION FRED MOVING INTO SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL FLORIDA OF THE UNITED STATES The National Weather Service has announced tropical storm watches and warnings are in effect for part of Florida ahead of Fred.