Weather Related Service Update: TROPICAL DEPRESSION IDA

Remnants of Ida Bring Dangerous Flash Flood Threats

September 1, 2021 – The National Weather Service has announced as the remnants of Ida move into the Northeast U.S.; potentially life-threatening flash flooding is possible Wednesday into early Thursday across portions of the Mid-Atlantic to Southern New England.  In addition, there will be a threat of tornadoes in the Mid-Atlantic on Wednesday.  A threat of flash flooding will also exist across the Southwest U.S.

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Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Tropical Depression Ida Tracking Inland

The National Weather Service has announced Ida will continue to produce heavy rainfall while tracking inland through the Southeast U.S., eventually crossing the Appalachians, then off of the Mid-Atlantic Coast on Thursday.  Considerable flash and urban flooding impacts will continue today across the Southeast and tomorrow and Wednesday from the Tennessee Valley into the Mid-Atlantic.

Monday, August 30, 2021

Tropical Storm Ida To Produce Life-Threatening Impacts Through Monday

The National Weather Service has announced as the extremely dangerous Ida moves inland,  life- threatening impacts will spread into Louisiana and Mississippi into Monday.  Wind damage will occur in areas near the core of the storm.  Heavy rain will result in life-threatening flash flooding over portions of the Lower Mississippi River Valley into the Tennessee Valley through Monday.

Friday, August 27, 2021 

The National Weather Service has announced Tropical Storm Ida is forecast to approach the northern Gulf coast at or near major hurricane intensity on Sunday.