2022 Hurricane Season

Florida Keys Preparing for Impacts From Potential Tropical Cyclone One

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Residents in the Florida Keys are on guard for the potential of heavy rain and flooding that could come with the impending impact from Potential Tropical Cyclone One.

No evacuations have been ordered and no closures have taken place at this time. Overnight camping at state parks is closed through Saturday and officials have asked drivers to stay off the road.

Forecasters from the National Weather Service Key West estimate rainfall between four and eight inches in most areas with some areas seeing as much as a foot of rainfall.

Squalls are expected from Friday evening through Saturday with some isolated tornadoes possible and minor coastal flooding of one to two feet above sea level in parts of the Upper Keys.

The Florida Keys is embracing for the impacts of Potential Tropical Cyclone One. NBC 6's Jamie Guirola reports
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