|"A Couple Caught in The Storm on Wednesday"|
|The area that is most clear as of 11AM might end up the most wet by day's end|
THURSDAY: The 06z run of the Global Forecast System (at least) has shifted its tune slightly for future days. It no longer was so absolute about forcing activity Thursday through Sunday completely to the west side of the state but seemed to be raising a middle ground with a more southerly to light and variable flow pattern which favored just about anywhere in the mid-late afternoon to early evening away from the coasts (however, the 06z run can have some notoriously off kilter output, so this is questionable) . There still appears one day might be a tad drier than the others and that one is Saturday (somewhere over South Central Florida perhaps).
Otherwise, guidance sticks to another stronger vort lob to rotate around the low pressure area in the "Polar Vortex" region of Eastern Canada which will deepen it southward and thus shunt the Atlantic Ridge axis south resulting in a more west to east steering come Monday through Wednesday of next week (toward the east coast for late day activity once again).