(WFXG) - Friday is a Weather Now Alert Day for the CSRA due to weather impacts expected from now Tropical Depression Nicole.

Here is the latest on Tropical Depression Nicole from the National Hurricane Center as of 4 AM Friday morning. The storm made landfall early Thursday morning as a category one Hurricane near Vero Beach, Florida on the east coast of Florida with 75 mph winds. The storm has since moved into southwest Georgia as a tropical depression with sustained winds of 35 mph. The storm system is moving northwest at 16 mph. The forecast track of the storm does not advance much further as what's left of Nicole will become post-tropical early this afternoon.

The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has removed the CSRA from its severe thunderstorm risk.  Moderate to heavy rain is expected to continue through this morning. Our area's conditions should start to improve by this afternoon. Windy, cloudy weather will persist behind the system later today. Saturday is shaping up to be a nice one with pockets of sunshine and highs in the mid 70's. A cold front passes through overnight Saturday, leaving behind some noticeably cooler air all next week. Bundle up!

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