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Posted: Thu Jun 22 04:22:49 2017

...Partly Sunny Morning Skies...


With plenty of available sunshine afternoon temperatures will climb into the lower 90s across East Central Florida.

The combination of humidity and temperatures will provide a heat index range between 100-105 degrees this afternoon. It will be a little cooler at the beach with a steady southeast to east wind at 5 to 10 mph.

Never leave children or pets in vehicles unattended. Drink plenty of fluids even if you do not feel thirsty.

Posted by Meteorologist - frj


Posted: Wed Jun 21 19:03:59 2017

...Isolated Storms Over Central Florida through 10 PM...

...A Few Showers Over the Atlantic Waters Overnight...


Showers and some embedded storms will move North across Metro Orlando and Lake County including the I-4 corridor through around 10 PM. Occasional lightning, briefly heavy rainfall and wind gusts to 35 mph will be possible with this activity.

Isolated showers and a few storms will be possible over the Atlantic overnight. South to Southeast breeze of 10 to 15 MPH will result in warm low temperatures overnight, with readings bottoming out in the middle to upper 70s, with some lows around 80 degrees along the immediate Treasure and Space Coasts.

Posted by Meteorologist - jcp


Posted: Wed Jun 21 14:46:50 2017

...Best Chances for Showers and a Few Storms Inland and North Through the Late Afternoon...


Warm temperatures at mid levels of the atmosphere will continue to limit the extent of storm coverage today. Scattered showers and a few storms will move north through the late afternoon. The highest coverage if expected to be across the interior and northern sections, with only isolated activity closer to the east coast. Expect occasional cloud to ground lightning, gusty winds and brief heavy downpours as the activity passes.

Posted by Meteorologist - pag