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Friday, June 26, 2015

Some Iso-Strong Storms Late East Central - Central

TODAY: A bit similar to yesterday with some caveats with a later start already and less activity far east central. Another area coming off the Gulf near Cedar Key like yesterday but not as strong. Steering aloft a bit stronger toward the east than yesterday..and the day started out a bit drier in the mid-levels over south half of state. Additionally, model guidacne is not as aggresive with rainfall coverage by a long shot as it was yesterday. As a result...not as clear cut.

Storm over or near Eau Gallie toward Melbourne just after  12 Noon Thursday  

Otherwise, given the latest short-term model (namely HRRR - High Resolution Rapid Refresh) trends , and current conditions accompanied by satellite animations will play UP the rain chances yet still regardless of the aforementioned for portions of South Central and Central interior and east as noted in the following image.  Sea breezes to meet more toward the Central and East side late today. Yesterday's earlier activity far East Central through a wrench in the east meets west sea breeze collision equation but so far today this does not seem will be a factor. Even so, some strong storms did form, with some warnings going out or Special Weather Statements.  Believe over all though activity will cover a smaller area today and linger for a while perhaps even to after dark.

ISO - Isolated , the Exception rather than the rule

SATURDAY- SUNDAY: Warm and less activity as sea breezes will meet far east side. Suspect some storms will go up fairly late for the most part very close to the east coast with some iso - showers and few storms elsewhere unless a fly-in the ointment event occurs early in the day along the west coast which could through the whole synoptic scale set up out of whack so time will tell.

MONDAY- TUESDAY  Watching to see if there is an increased chance of strong to marginal severe, but so far official forecasts haven't been saying much about it.

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