| Severe Thunderstorm Munches I95|
|Severe Storm with Very Heavy Rain, Strong Wind Gusts at I95 and 524|
"Breaking the Sound Barrier"
TODAY: Activity already underway North Florida working east. Upper level winds could bring cause to believe that outflow boundaries from said activity could propagate east and south which would affect overall storm motions early afternoon and into the rest of the day like falling dominoes. Exactly where the heaviest activity will occur is difficult to say, but the shorter range High Resolution Model seems to be honing in on similar areas as yesterday. Wind gusts particularly from Central Brevard and South toward the coast could be 'near severe' due to stronger downdraft Convective Available Potential Energy (CAPE) noted on the mesoscale depictions. Tiny hail is also possible in the core of the heaviest downpours for a brief time, mainly after the 4:30PM time frame. Beware of the lightning, even if rain has yet to fall. Some strikes yesterday well preceded actual rainfall by 5-10 minutes.
|"Escape From Osceola"|
BEYOND: Otherwise, variations of the same theme continue as steering weakens, but continuance of sea breeze convergence, slower steering and apparently some 'dry slots' impinging in the west to east mid-level steering winds in future days will limit if not prohibit storm formation entirely in certain areas while others will receive the lightning barrages. Those areas though remain uncertain on a daily basis. With that stated (as that is what guidance is showing), such activity might well remain prevalent into the first week of August with no tropical threats sowing/showing up close to home.
|"I - 95 TIDAL WAVE !!"|