|Showers and Thunderstorms Already Over North Florida |
with others Beginning To Form
in Very Spotty Fashion Elsewhere Should Increase into Early Afternoon
Storms today should press in from the general SW direction and 'could' pile up mostly in the area in blue (above) where instability is currently being maximized , and where the cloud cover is the least intrusive (prohibitive for better storm activity).
The associated cold front is still well west of Central and South Florida, and is unlikely to clear those areas until well after midnight. With loss of daytime heating activity should dwindle to spotty rain showers and light post storm drippings to continue here and there toward 10pm if not as late as 2AM. There is a slight chance that somewhere along East Central could have additive moderate rainfall amounts though on top of early day activity is making for some pockets of 2-3 " totals once all is said and done.
FRIDAY: Significant drying out to commence around noontime Central working south during the day with cooler temperatures in the mid-upper 70Fs for afternoon highs, NNW winds 12-20mph, mainly during the midafternoon but dying down by evening.
Continued pleasant through the weekend with cooler mornings mainly inland toward the west coast as NE winds will quickly modify the temperatures along the east coast for the overnight cooling time frame.
A secondary boundary to pass by on Monday into Tuesday should increase cloud coverage in varying degrees, resulting in maybe an isolated sprinkle but so far that's about it for quite some time to come after today in regard to rainfall or active weather.