What this spells out is some earlier initiation for some areas and that is the case over SE Florida. There was one report of ping pong balls (1.50" hail) yesterday with several .70 -.88 inch dimes and nicklels. It does rain money afterall~ ! Not sure we'll go for a par with golf balls but who knows. Then again, it's Florida and much depends on low level convergence and proper timing. There was a report of a 'large' waterspout off shore Indialantic Beach yesterday as well.
0756 PM WATER SPOUT 1 MILE EAST INDIALANTIC
07/01/2015 FL TRAINED SPOTTER TRAINED SPOTTER REPORTED A LARGE WATERSPOUT OFF OF INDIALANTIC
|Radar Image Late Afternoon with Two Severe Warnings in Yellow Boxes|
The net estimate is, perhaps the same for today but evolving in whatever way it will be. There is no real info out there to say otherwise, though moisture profile is a bit different aloft and that could change everything but will go with
BEYOND: The ridge axis at the surface will lift toward Central Direct by Friday
into Saturday but aloft it remains a bit to the south. Thus, steering continues toward the east side north of Fort Pierce or Vero Beach but very slowly..the net
effect would be in general to keep storms pegged west to near I-95 with perhaps a drift to the east coast later, or increasing cloud coverage at least.
Fourth of July continues to show for about a 40-50% percent coverage inland
late afternoon and early evening. Any showers or thunder close to the east
coast would occur earlier in the day (as it stands now).