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Posted: Thu Jun 29 05:25:49 2017

...Isolated showers and storms over the coastal counties mid day...


Deep moisture remains entrenched across east-central Florida. Daytime heating within the moist airmass will allow isolated showers and storms to initially form around mid day, mainly near or west of Interstate 95. The showers and storms will move slowly inland, with an increasing coverage over the interior counties during the mid to late afternoon. The greatest threats from the storms today will be frequent lightning and locally heavy rain of 2 to 3 inches in less than an hour.

Posted by Meteorologist - sms


Posted: Wed Jun 28 20:30:59 2017

...Outlook for the Rest of Tonight...


Light rain near and west of the Orlando area will continue to diminish into late evening, and a few showers may redevelop across St. Lucie and Martin counties. Otherwise, the rest of east central Florida should remain dry into the rest of tonight. Cloud cover from ongoing and decaying convection will decrease into tonight, with skies becoming partly cloudy. Temperatures will fall into the low to mid 70s.

Posted by Meteorologist - dkw


Posted: Wed Jun 28 19:17:05 2017

...Isolated Lightning Storms Near to West of Orlando This Evening...


Isolated lightning storms will continue to develop near to west of Orlando, including the Theme Parks area into this evening. The primary hazards will be cloud to ground lightning and gusty downburst winds up to 40 to 45 mph. Slow moving storms will be capable of producing very heavy rainfall accumulating 2 to 3 inches in a short period of time. Elsewhere across east central Florida the threat for storms has ended, but areas of light rain will persist for a little while longer across central Osceola and southern Brevard counties.

Posted by Meteorologist - dkw