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Posted: Wed Aug 23 14:24:43 2017

...Showers and a Few Storms Through Late Afternoon...


Showers and a few storms will move toward the northwest around 10 mph through the late afternoon hours. Areas most likely to have a shower or storm move through include locations near the Treasure Coast, also the western interior sections, including Okeechobee, western sections of Osceola and Orange counties and Lake county.

As showers and storms continue to move over the Treasure Coast counties from the Atlantic, a few areas may have localized flooding, especially in poorly drained areas where rain has been the most persistent today.

Posted by Meteorologist - pag


Posted: Wed Aug 23 10:10:57 2017

...Showers and Storms Over Atlantic and Treasure Coast Spreading Toward Interior Sections This Afternoon...


Showers and a few storms will move toward the northwest over the Treasure Coast counties and Atlantic waters. A few of the areas along the Treasure coast can expect moderate to heavy downpours, with localized flooding possible in poorly drained areas where rain is most persistent.

The activity will spread north up the coast and over the interior sections through the early and mid afternoon hours.

Posted by Meteorologist - pag


Posted: Wed Aug 23 06:31:42 2017

...Increasing Clouds through Mid morning with Isolated Coastal Showers...


A tropical wave will push onshore east central Florida today with deep moisture following in its wake. Isolated marine showers associated with the wave will push onshore the Space and Treasure Coasts through mid morning and produce brief periods of light to moderate rain.

Temperatures will warm into the low to mid 80s with east to northeast winds 5 to 10 mph.

Posted by Meteorologist - mwb