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Posted: Tue Nov 21 23:47:34 2017

...Areas of dense fog are expected to form overnight...

A few lingering showers across Volusia County will move offshore into the Atlantic by midnight. A few heavier downpours could produce additional rainfall amounts from one half to around one inch or so around the Ormond Beach area.

With the rainfall ending, the combination of decreasing clouds, light winds, and high humidity values is expected to produce areas of fog across east central Florida. The fog may become dense across some areas, especially over the interior, and northwest of the Interstate 4 corridor.

Visibilities may drop to a few hundred yards or less late tonight in some locations. Local commuters and other drivers who plan on taking to the highways for their Thanksgiving travel early Wednesday morning should prepare for the possibility of encountering dense fog. When driving in dense fog, slow down, use only your low beam headlights, and leave extra distance between your vehicle and one in front of you.

Posted by Meteorologist - ajc

Posted: Tue Nov 21 21:54:41 2017

...Additional showers have developed and will move through the I-4 corridor...

At 900 PM, radar showed scattered light to moderate rain showers had redeveloped over the central peninsula, and were starting to move into Lake and northern Volusia Counties. Through midnight, this activity will move west-northwest across Lake, Volusia, Seminole. and Orange counties, including the Interstate 4 corridor and the greater metro Orlando, Sanford, and Daytona Beach areas. Rainfall amounts will rain from a few hundredths to about one half inch of rain where the heaviest showers occur.

Posted by Meteorologist - ajc

Posted: Tue Nov 21 21:50:04 2017

...Showers across the north will end...

Through the evening hours, spotty light rain showers, across northern Lake and northwestward Volusia Counties, and from Scottsmoor and Titusville to the Saint Johns River to near west Cocoa, will move north-northeast at 25 to 30 MPH and into north Florida and the adjacent Atlantic Ocean.

Otherwise, clouds will gradually decrease this evening across east central Florida, with temperatures gradually falling into the middle 60s to lower 70s.

Posted by Meteorologist - ajc