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Current Alerts for Seaton, IL: Flood Warning

1. Flood Warning for: Crawford; Lawrence

2. Flood Warning for: Hancock

3. Flood Warning for: Hancock

4. Flood Warning for: Hancock; Henderson

5. Flood Warning for: Henderson

6. Flood Warning for: Henderson; Mercer

7. Flood Warning for: Jo Daviess

8. Flood Warning for: Mercer

9. Flood Warning for: Mercer; Rock Island

10. Flood Warning for: Rock Island

11. Flood Warning for: Rock Island

12. Flood Warning for: Rock Island

13. Flood Warning for: Rock Island; Whiteside

14. Flood Warning for: Carroll; Whiteside

15. Flood Warning for: Jo Daviess

16. Flood Warning for: Jackson

17. Flood Warning for: Brown; Cass; Morgan; Schuyler

18. Flood Warning for: Cass; Fulton; Mason

19. Flood Warning for: Marshall; Putnam

20. Flood Warning for: Peoria; Tazewell; Woodford

21. Flood Warning for: Brown

22. Flood Warning for: Calhoun; Greene; Jersey

23. Flood Warning for: Morgan; Pike

24. Flood Warning for: Pike; Scott

25. Flood Warning for: Alexander; Pulaski

26. Flood Warning for: Bureau; La Salle; Putnam

27. Flood Warning for: Alexander

28. Flood Warning for: Alexander; Jackson; Union

29. Lake Wind Advisory for: Alexander; Edwards; Franklin; Gallatin; Hamilton; Hardin; Jackson; Jefferson; Johnson; Massac; Perry; Pope; Pulaski; Saline; Union; Wabash; Wayne; White; Williamson

30. Flood Warning for: Adams

31. Flood Warning for: Adams

32. Flood Warning for: Adams

33. Flood Warning for: Adams

34. Flood Warning for: Calhoun

35. Flood Warning for: Calhoun

36. Flood Warning for: Jackson; Randolph

37. Flood Warning for: Jersey

38. Flood Warning for: Madison

39. Flood Warning for: Pike

40. Flood Warning for: Pike

41. Flood Warning for: Pike

42. Flood Warning for: St. Clair

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Weather Topic: What are Fractus Clouds?

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A fractus cloud (scud) is a fragmented, tattered cloud which has likely been sheared off of another cloud. They are accessory clouds, meaning they develop from parent clouds, and are named in a way which describes the original cloud which contained them.

Fractus clouds which have originated from cumulus clouds are referred to as cumulus fractus, while fractus clouds which have originated from stratus clouds are referred to as stratus fractus. Under certain conditions a fractus cloud might merge with another cloud, or develop into a cumulus cloud, but usually a fractus cloud seen by itself will dissipate rapidly.

They are often observed on the leading and trailing edges of storm clouds, and are a display of wind activity.

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Weather Topic: What are Mammatus Clouds?

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A mammatus cloud is a cloud with a unique feature which resembles a web of pouches hanging along the base of the cloud.

In the United States, mammatus clouds tend to form in the warmer months, commonly in the Midwest and eastern regions.

While they usually form at the bottom of a cumulonimbis cloud, they can also form under altostratus, altocumulus, stratocumulus, and cirrus clouds. Mammatus clouds warn that severe weather is close.

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