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Posted: Wed Sep 30 05:14:31 2020

...Scattered Afternoon Showers and Storms for Treasure Coast...

...Mostly Dry and Cloudy Elsewhere...


A weak cool front has moved across much of east-central Florida, and is currently located between Vero Beach and Ft. Pierce. This front will help produce isolated to scattered showers and lightning storms this afternoon. Rain chances are around 30 percent from Vero Beach south to Jupiter. The main threat with any storm that develops will be occasional lightning strikes and gusty winds. Afternoon temperatures along the Treasure Coast towards the Lake Okeechobee region reach the low to mid 80s.

Elsewhere, it will be dry behind the front with temperatures in the upper 70s to 80 degrees. However, expect cloud cover to persist for most of the day before clearing from north to south late this afternoon into tonight.

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Posted by Meteorologist - kr


Posted: Tue Sep 29 23:49:17 2020

...Turning Cooler for Portions of the Area Into Tonight...


Scattered showers will continue to move east to northeast across east central Florida through late evening, mainly south of Orlando, ahead of a weak cold front moving into the area. Isolated storms will also be possible ahead of this boundary, especially over the coastal waters.

Mostly cloudy skies will generally prevail as the front moves through central Florida overnight. It will become cooler behind this boundary, mainly from Osceola and northern Brevard counties northward through Lake and Volusia counties where lows will fall to the mid to upper 60s. Farther south, minimum temperatures are forecast in the low to mid 70s.

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Posted by Meteorologist - kr


Posted: Tue Sep 29 18:28:02 2020

...Scattered Showers and a Few Lightning Storms This Evening...


Through early tonight, showers and a few storms wil move northeast at 15 to 20 mph across the I-4 corridor to Lake and Volusia counties ahead of an approaching frontal boundary. Additional scattered patches of rainfall will affect Osceola county to the Space Coast with brief moderate to heavy showers, and perhaps a rumble of thunder. Affected areas may see a quarter to half an inch of rainfall through 9 PM.



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Posted by Meteorologist - jcp