|Post today has a big caveat namely for Central Florida. See verbiage in 'red'.|
Again though, the outflow boundary is a big question mark. On the other hand, looks like there will be good clearing for most areas prior to noon time allowing for quick heating with little chance of storms out over the Gulf stream causing high clouds to stream overhead as was the case yesterday.
All things aside, with the worst rain-case scenario:
Chances of locally heavy rainfall and some minor street flooding, mainly inland and especially over areas that received a good dose yesterday (where over 2" was not all that uncommon). A few severe warnings were issued yesterday but actual severe was brief and rare. Temperatures aloft today though are equally as cold and wind shear per the SPC Mesoanalysis page is actually greater today, although looking around outside from East Central at this time it looks like a dreary day is in the making and that is about that. But, as can be seen in the image above, not all folks are cloudy. Again, the bigger downplayer for a rain maker might be the outflow boundary seen in satellite animation. Will the lower levels recover in time? Chances are, it's still pretty early in the day, so it should be able to. Activity might get going just a bit later than previously expected but either way would expect that by 2-3pm showers and some thunder could get popping over at least the west 1/2 of the state and South Florida, earlier South Florida.
WEDNESDAY: Wednesday might be more cloudy than rain due to an expected MCS (Mesoscale Convective System) that might prop itself upstream well out in the Gulf sending high clouds this way. If not, that changes everything. We'll have to see on that one.
THURSDAY-SUNDAY: Chex Mixed Bag to be determined. The GFS and to a smaller degree NAM suggestion strong onshore flow from a developing occluded system to the NW with a trough extending out and down across Florida. Pressure gradient winds of 20-G32mph, and rain rain rain from Brevard 'mainly' and south for Friday into Saturday primarily but be advised, guidance varies from model to model and from run to run considerably. All guidance is indicating the Omega Block to set up, but the position of the low pressure system on the east side will the prime determinant. It's simply too soon to know almost until it happens.