Storm Nicole Poses Wind, Rain, Flood Threats To Florida, Southeast

"Subtropical Storm Nicole has formed in the Atlantic and is forecast to push toward the Bahamas, Florida and the Southeast this week. Strong winds, high surf, rip currents, coastal flooding, beach erosion and heavy rain are expected along parts of the Eastern Seaboard.

Nicole was deemed the 14th storm of the Atlantic season early Monday morning and is centered several hundred miles east of the Bahamas.

The storm has been classified as subtropical for now, which means it's a hybrid type system that has characteristics of both a tropical and non-tropical storm. Nicole is forecast to transition into a fully tropical storm in the next couple of days."

The Weather Channel had the story November 7, 2022.


Source: Weather Channel, 11/07/2022