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At 1256 PM EST, showers were located along a line extending from 6 nm northeast of Shark River Reef to 8 nm southeast of Barnegat Light Reef to Little Egg Inlet, moving southeast at 30 knots.  
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At 1202 PM EST, rain/snow showers were located along a line extending from near Rockaway Inlet to 10 nm northwest of Silverton to 29 nm northwest of Little Egg Inlet, moving east at 30 knots.  
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At 1146 AM EST, strong NW winds are moving over the waters behind a cold front.  
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At 1200 PM HST, a strong thunderstorm was located 28 nm north of FAD Buoy X, or 38 nm north of Turtle Bay, moving west at 20 knots.  
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At 1025 AM HST, a line of heavy showers with embeddeed thunderstorms was approaching Kauai from the east, along a line extending from 15 nm east of FAD Buoy BB to 22 nm south of FAD Buoy CK, moving west at 15 knots.  
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At 401 PM EST, showers were located along a line extending from near Amelia City to 18 nm northeast of Crystal River, moving east at 30 knots.  
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At 1227 AM PST, a severe thunderstorm was located over Oak Harbor, moving east at 45 knots.  
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At 1217 AM PST, a line of showers producing strong winds was located near Oak Harbor, moving east at 55 mph.  
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special marine
At 625 AM CST, a strong thunderstorm was located 39 nm east of Pilottown, moving northeast at 40 knots.  
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At 536 AM CST, a strong thunderstorm was located 15 nm southeast of Pilottown, moving northeast at 40 knots.  
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At 441 AM CST, a strong thunderstorm was located 12 nm southwest of Southwest Pass Of the Mississippi River, moving northeast at 50 knots.  
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At 1104 PM HST, a strong thunderstorm was located 7 nm northwest of FAD Buoy OT, or 19 nm northwest of Kona International Airport, moving west at 10 knots.  
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At 806 PM HST, strong thunderstorms were located along a line extending from near Nahiku to 32 nm south of FAD Buoy JJ, moving south at 10 knots.  
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At 521 PM HST, a strong thunderstorm was located over FAD Buoy HO, or 8 nm northeast of Keanae, moving south at 15 knots.  
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At 211 AM EST, a severe thunderstorm capable of producing waterspouts was located 38 nm southeast of Pacific Reef, moving northeast at 20 knots.  
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At 1216 PM CST, strong thunderstorms were located along a line extending from 11 nm west of Mexico Beach to 19 nm northwest of Empire Mica Wreck to 48 nm southwest of Port St. Joe, moving east at 25 knots.  
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At 1114 AM CST, strong thunderstorms were located along a line extending from 9 nm southeast of Highway 331 Bridge to 31 nm southeast of Okaloosa Deep Water Reef, moving northeast at 25 knots.  
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At 1108 AM CST, a strong thunderstorm was located 7 nm southeast of Santa Rosa Beach, moving northeast at 35 knots.  
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At 1016 AM CST, strong thunderstorms were located along a line extending from 8 nm southeast of Okaloosa Deep Water Reef to 40 nm southeast of Oriskany Reef, moving northeast at 40 knots.  
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At 805 AM CST, a shower capable of producing waterspouts was located 8 nm south of Orange Beach, moving northeast at 25 knots.  
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things you should know about this experimental live-updating page

  1. Warnings are delayed. If you are currently affected by severe storms, you should also be paying attention to a local source of information (tv, radio, etc), or have a weather radio, because information on this site can be delayed enough that it could cause you to lose valuable lead time.
  2. The map sometimes breaks in odd ways. At this time, I'm not sure of the actual cause, but every so often, the mapping software will basically lose track of the actual center of the map. It's most obvious when part of the map is black (it's not loading the background). Also, you may notice this bug when you zoom to a specific location or warning, and the map is not centered properly.
  3. How to fix: The easiest thing is to reload the page. Otherwise, you can try the following to get the map to fix itself:

    1. enter/exit fullscreen map mode
    2. resize the browser window (if a desktop)
    3. change the orientation of the screen (if a tablet/mobile device)
    4. add a new location marker (you can delete the new marker later)

  4. There is experimental voice notifications support. To my knowledge, this only works in the Chrome and Safari browsers. Chrome's default English voice will randomly stop with long text, so I've tried to break up the text into smaller chunks so this doesn't happen. However, this can lead to awkward pauses when it's speaking.
  5. There is now support for tracking custom locations. If you have voice notifications enabled, it will tell you which locations are impacted when it reads new warnings.
  6. Radar on the map will automatically refresh every 5 minutes.
  7. This page is under active development. And things tend to break. A lot. If you think something is wrong, you can reload the page. You can also use the normal severe weather map page which has the same data but does not automatically update.

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