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Posted: Fri Oct 20 06:38:58 2017

...Scattered showers from Port Saint Lucie southward...


At 630 AM, doppler radar out of Melbourne showed scattered showers over the Atlantic waters of Saint Lucie and Martin counties moving west-southwest at around 20 MPH and onshore from Port Saint Lucie to Tequesta and inland to near Lake Okeechobee.

This activity will continue over the same general areas early this morning, producing brief, but locally heavy downpours resulting in up to a couple of a tenths of an inch of rain in some locations.

Otherwise, strong northeast winds will produce hazardous boating and beach conditions once again today. High temperatures to reach the middle 80s across most of east central Florida, with some upper 80s well inland.

Posted by Meteorologist - ajc


Posted: Thu Oct 19 20:46:26 2017

...Chance for Coastal Showers Tonight...


Breezy northeast winds near the immediate coast and beaches will allow isolated to scattered showers to move onshore. The showers will tend to dissipate as they move toward the interior through the overnight hours. Low temperatures tonight will range from the mid 70s along the Space and Treasure coast to the upper 60s to lower 70s across the interior.

Posted by Meteorologist - mrv


Posted: Thu Oct 19 20:45:03 2017

...Chance for Coastal Showers Tonight...


Breezy northeast winds near the immediate coast and beaches will allow isolated to scattered showers to move onshore. The showers will tend to dissipate as they move toward the interior through the overnight hours. Low temperatures tonight will range from the mid 70s along the Space and Treasure coast to the upper 60s to lower 70s across the interior.

Posted by Meteorologist - mrv