|Storm Moves Off Shore of Cocoa Beach Area Early Saturday Afternoon|
Combination of drier air and strong upper level winds (though temps aloft are warm) could still result in a strong storm or two along 27 from Ocala and south but more likely south of the boundary over South Central and/or South Florida late today . North of even I-4 is sketchy in the strong storm category.
The potential for this to occur was noted about 3 blog posts ago, that though a front might not make it completely through it appeared a mid level trough would. Only difference now is that the surface boundary did make it further south than foreseen.
MONDAY: Continued more of the same with rain chances more likely interior South Florida
TUESDAY: The Sonoran Heat Ridge which has been dictating much of the weather this summer will again begin to retreat west , eroding on its eastern flanks across Florida and set up for an upper level trough digging down the east coast mainly east of the Mississippi if not further east setting up for SW Flow aloft once again. This becomes especially true by Wednesday and Thursday and firmly in place Friday through the upcoming weekend.
|BULBOUS LOWERING CLOUD APPEARED TO HAVE ROTATION ON GROUND EVEN SO SLIGHTLY YESTERDAY AFTERNOON - SEQUENCE PHOTOS BELOW|
|BACK EDGE OF LARGER CLOUD AREA|
|AREA MOVING OUT TO SEA|