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626 AM EST Sun Feb 5 2023 THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA. .DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT. .THUNDERSTORM IMPACT... Isolated lightning storms will be possible across much of east central Florida late this morning, before becoming confined this afternoon to an area from Cape Canaveral to Lake Okeechobee eastward. Lightning storm chances will then be limited to across the Gulf Stream in the evening. Storm motion will be north to northwest around 20 mph this morning before becoming north to northeast this afternoon as a weak low develops approximately off the coast of Cape Canaveral. The strongest storms will be capable of producing frequent lightning, gusty winds around 40 mph, and locally heavy downpours. .FLOOD IMPACT.... Numerous showers are expected today, which will allow for some areas to have repeated rounds of shower activity. Between 1 to 3 inches of rainfall is expected in the heavier showers later today, mainly from Cape Canaveral southward, which could produce temporary flooding of urban and poorly drained areas. .MARINE THUNDERSTORM GUST IMPACT... Isolated storms will be possible into the afternoon and early evening as they first move toward the north to northwest around 20 mph this morning before becoming north to northeast this afternoon. A few stronger storms may be capable of producing wind gusts near or in excess of 35 knots as they move across inland lakes and offshore. .RIP CURRENT IMPACT... A High risk of rip currents will exist at areas beaches today. Additionally, gusty east to southeast winds around 20 mph will produce choppy, rough surf and breaking waves of 5 to 6 feet. Entering the surf is not advised. .WIND AND SEA IMPACT... Boating conditions remain poor to hazardous across all the central Florida Atlantic waters. A Small Craft Advisory remains in effect across the Atlantic waters, except near shore Volusia, for winds 20 to 25 knots and seas 6 to 9 feet. Small craft should exercise caution in the Volusia nearshore waters for seas up to 6 ft. .DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY. Boating conditions will be poor across mainly the offshore waters early next week. Rain and storm chances returns to the forecast Friday ahead of an approaching cold front, with isolated lightning storms being possible across the north. Rip current risk will be Moderate along area beaches through early week. .SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT... Spotter activation will not be needed today and tonight. $$ Watson

 

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