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Posted: Mon Oct 23 05:55:29 2017

...Increasing Precipitation Chances Across East Central Florida Today...

Deepening moisture over the area ahead of an approaching cold front will provide for a higher threat for showers and isolated, mainly afternoon, storms today. The greatest chance for showers will be near and north of the I-4 corridor. Storm threats include lightning, torrential downpours, and gusty winds.

South to southeast winds will increase to around 10 mph over the interior and Volusia coast and around 15 mph along the Space and Treasure coasts. Afternoon highs should just reach the middle 80s.

Small craft should exercise caution over the coastal waters today as southeasterly winds increase to 15 to 20 mph and seas build to 4 to 6 feet.

At area beaches, expect rough and choppy surf along with a moderate risk of rip currents. If you choose to enter the water, only swim within sight of a lifeguard and never swim alone.

Posted by Meteorologist - tes

Posted: Sun Oct 22 20:13:38 2017

...Mild Temperatures Overnight With A Few Showers...

A slight chance of showers will continue overnight tonight for Indian River, St. Lucie, and Martin counties. Elsewhere, skies will be partly to considerably cloudy. Low temperatures will again be mild with most locations only falling into the lower to mid 70s. Lows in the upper 70s will be possible along the coast from Melbourne southward.

Posted by Meteorologist - jc

Posted: Sun Oct 22 18:05:31 2017

...Scattered Showers With A Few Storms Through Early Evening...

As of 6 p.m., scattered showers across northwestern Orange and central Lake counties are moving northwest at around 15 mph. Additional showers and perhaps an isolated lightning storm are possible over Lake, western Orange, and western Seminole counties through early evening. Main threats will be lightning strikes along with gusty winds and brief moderate to heavy rainfall. A moderate risk of rip currents continues at area beaches. If you choose to enter the water always swim near a lifeguard, and never swim alone.

Posted by Meteorologist - jc