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Thursday, July 7, 2011

Late Afternoon Throuh Mid-Evening Rainstorm Chances Might Increase For Immediate East Coast Late Today

It is still possible that beach side residents from Broward County to extreme Southern Volusia could experience additional rainfall (or for others, their first rainfall), later today between 4-10pm ( with the latest activity further north).
Latest 'actuals'  matched with latest short term model runs indicate a trend for storm steering wind directions to gradually veer to more from the  SSW late this afternoon and tonight. In this regard, given that there are many locations that have not received rain, coupled with remnant boundaries around the state from recent or upcoming convection this afternoon to act as a triggering mechanism -  newer activity through 5-6pm could be steered toward the A1A Corridor from Ft Pierce to Oak Hill or Daytona Beach Shores. Significant Lightning is not expected during this period, if it transpires, late today, of any consequence.
Coincidentally, it just rained here as I typed that last sentence for the first time.

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