|"Waiting for Peak Heating for Strongest Activity Today"|
|Storm Offshore Cape Canaveral on Friday, February 21|
|Image composed at 7AM this morning. |
Not much from this line of thinking but could change to extend thunder chances
south toward Ft. Pierce (at least)
BEYOND: The frontal boundary will lift north and dissipate overnight, with a chance of showers/thunderstorms through Monday and/or Tuesday remaining as temperatures remain above normal to perhaps much above 'normal' by around Tuesday; but as noted yesterday, each day will have its own unique set of circumstances. There might well be a day that chances on one or more days will be very low.
About the only change in latest models since yesterday is that a bigger rain - type event seems to be going away now. The GFS has rain chances extended into Wednesday afternoon, and from there it will be a matter of what if anything begins to form in the Western Gulf region to slide toward 'somewhere across Florida'. Would be interesting to see if that bigger rain chance re - materializes in later model runs.