|Cape Canaveral Wednesday Early Evening, Storm Approaches|
|Again, purple is in the mid levels. There is a dry slot in there moving toward the same area as well, which is the wrench in today's forecast. Timing for where and when the strongest storms will be is difficult.|
Elsewhere, some stronger storms could manifest of short duration working South to South Southeast or Southeast into the red zone. Yet still, in green showers could manifest with a surge of low level moisture later today accompanied by instability as well. Could be some thunder if any of this isolated activity manages to manifest, although not drawn in on the second image for today's 'depiction' since that chance looks to be very low.
BEYOND: Storms again possible South Florida for one more day, but elsewhere ENE winds will pick up on Saturday, decreasing some on Sunday. Chance of a few isolated showers near the coast, mainly from Vero Beach and North through Sunday into Monday. The time frame of Monday through Tuesday and into Wednesday looks very quiet other than some clouds and maybe a shower near the coast around sunrise or so. Official Summer Begins astronomically speaking around June 22nd. In review of last year, I saw that our Wet Season began almost on the exact same day as the first day of summer, and if the trend in model guidance continues per last night...this year will not be far off the mark with a tidal wave of atmospheric moisture consistently at or above 1.70" inches most of the time from next weekend on out being depicted, working from South to North beginning late week and into the weekend (next weekend). In comparison, during the winter precipitable water (moisture) seldom exceeds 1" and most often is less than 0.5".