Warnings Dropped South Of Jupiter Inlet As Weakened Isaias Crawls Up Florida's Coast
A weakened Tropical Storm Isaias crawled up the South Florida coast Sunday morning, no longer threatening to strengthen into a hurricane.
At 11 a.m. the storm was producing top winds of 65 mph, its center located 55 miles southeast of Fort Pierce. High winds were starting to approach land, with a 47 mph gust reported in Juno Beach.
A hurricane warning and a storm surge watch for Florida’s east coast was lifted Sunday morning. A tropical storm warning south of the Jupiter Inlet and for Lake Okeechobee was also lifted.
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