|Isolated Thunder East Central Florida late afternoon into early Evening|
Some showers in areas noted into the Everglades and around Lake Okeechobee.
Showers and some thunder near and north of I-10.
MONDAY/TUESDAY: As noted in the above image, more upper level 'wind' energy will be present in days to come, but not so much today. There is not one day that a lot of Convective Available Potential Energy (CAPE) is shown to pop up over the landmass, but moisture is expected to be increased by Monday, so more thunder and showers is possible on that day and Tuesday regardless of the fact the atmosphere is not all that unstable at the surface. The better factors could be colder air aloft, as will be the case today to some degree.
BEYOND: Thunder and shower chances should start to decrease from north to South, especially on Thursday with an end most areas by the weekend. It does not look like after a few day break in the activity the rain chances will be gone for good. An upper level system, slow to get here, will still be on the move from the west along the northern Gulf Coast; so that although we might see a break toward next weekend, there could still be a few days of more hectic weather to come heading toward mid-May.