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Posted: Mon Aug 21 18:54:24 2017

...Mostly Sunny through Sunset...


Dry air over central Florida will prevent any additional showers or thunderstorms from developing through sunset. Skies will be mostly sunny with temperatures gradually cooling into the upper 70s to lower 80s. Winds will be from the east and southeast around 10 mph.

Posted by Meteorologist - mwb


Posted: Mon Aug 21 15:31:21 2017

...Temperatures Fluctuate From the Solar Eclipse...


The loss of heating from the partial solar eclipse resulted in temperatures falling between 4 and 6 degrees, in those areas away from the effects of showers and clouds. The temperatures will climb back up a few degrees late this afternoon, before falling again with the sunset. Temperatures will generally be in the lower 80s by mid evening.

Widely scattered showers north and west of the I 4 corridor will move out of the area by late this afternoon. Isolated showers will also move onshore Martin and Saint Lucie counties before dissipating.

Posted by Meteorologist - pfb


Posted: Mon Aug 21 12:45:44 2017

...Drying Continues to Push Into Central Florida...


Showers and isolated lightning storms are moving north through the northern section of the Orlando metro area, including Seminole county. Behind this cluster of showers and storms drier air is moving in from the southeast. Through mid afternoon the scattered showers will effect Lake and northwest Volusia counties.

Further to the south, skies will be partly to mostly sunny as the dry air shifts into the region. While skies will have some cloud cover there will be significant intervals of clear skies to observe the eclipse. Temperatures will peak this afternoon in the upper 80s along the coast to the lower 90s inland.

Posted by Meteorologist - pfb