July 9, 2021 Weather Related Service Update: Tropical Storm Elsa Tropical Storm Elsa Moving Into Northeast United States The National Weather Service announced Elsa will impact the Northeast U.S. on Friday. Flooding rains and strong winds will be the main threats. Thunderstorms, some with potentially significant severe weather, are expected Friday afternoon into Friday night across parts of the central Plains and Mid Missouri Valley. Click here for live updates. Thursday, July 8, 2021 Tropical Storm Elsa Moving into Southern Georgia; Dangerous Flooding in South Texas The National Weather Service announced Elsa to produce gusty winds, heavy rain, and isolated tornadoes across parts of southeast Georgia and South Carolina, before pushing into the Mid-Atlantic on Thursday and Northeast by Friday. Torrential downpours throughout parts of South Texas may bring widespread, possibly life-threatening, flash flooding to the area. Wednesday, July, 7, 2021 Tropical Storm Elsa to Impact Florida into the Southeast The National Weather Service announced that damaging winds, dangerous storm surge, and heavy rainfall is likely across the west coast of Florida as Elsa moves through the region, with tropical storm conditions extending into the Southeast and coastal Mid-Atlantic by Thursday. Tuesday, July, 6, 2021 Tropical Storm Elsa Expected to Move Near the Lower Florida Keys The National Weather Service announced Tropical Storm Elsa is expected to pass near the Florida Keys early Tuesday and move near or over portions of the west coast of Florida. Tropical Storm conditions, dangerous storm surge, and heavy rainfall are possible along the Florida Keys and portions of the west coast along with isolated tornadoes in Florida.