An impulse in the mid-level flow later today or early evening could bring showers or thunder (as shown in the dashed orange and northward extent of the green)...but those chances are conditional upon whether this impulse will actually manifest as indicated on model guidance or is merely a figment of model out put. Yet further north, instability is meager (per latest data), despite the clouds which can be seen on visible satellite imagery, it would seem unlikely that much beyond a quick shower at best will occur north of I-4, except in the Ormond Beach toward Jax area in from the coast. There is almost zero convective inhibition in place over the state today. What this implies is that the any convective available potential energy (CAPE) will not be inhibited from escaping into the atmosphere, and thus will not be able to build up to result in thunderstorms without respectable low level boundaries or mid-upper level triggers in place despite that cold air aloft is in place, as noted yesterday. Therefore, and again, late afternoon and early evening activity is 'conditional' upon the impulse (disturbance) being realized.
SATURDAY-WEDNESDAY: Winds could remain as is today through Saturday into Sunday and be perhaps a bit stronger one or both days from the ESE-SE as high pressure moves off the U.S. SE Coast and into the SW Atlantic toward Bermuda. Although a few light showers could occur at any given point in time, the prevalent condition appears will simply be rather comfortable/seasonal temperatures with some periods of greater cloud cover, but nothing worth noting at this point in time.
Next Chance of Broader Coverage of Measurable Rainfall? : Appears in the Late Wednesday and Thursday time frame.