Posted: Mon Sep 26 11:16:00 2016
Daytime heating was well underway late this morning except in
southern sections around Lake Okeechobee where some mid to high
level debris cloudiness was noted. The latest short range models
showed scattered storms developing across northern sections,
including metro Orlando by mid afternoon, then increasing in
coverage and intensity through early evening while building
A few strong storms with frequent lightning strikes will occur along
with torrential downpours. Gusty winds 40 to 50 mph are also
possible where the strongest interactions between sea breeze
boundaries and outflow boundaries occur.
Posted: Mon Sep 26 06:07:09 2016
Isolated showers and storms will exist over the waters and should
generally stay offshore through this morning. Isolated to scattered
showers and storms over land will mainly be limited to the afternoon
hours along the inland moving east coast sea breeze. Greatest storm
coverage is expected over the interior into the mid to late
afternoon. Main threats from any thunderstorm activity will be
frequent cloud to ground lightning, gusty winds up to 40 mph and
locally heavy rainfall.
Highs this afternoon will reach the upper 80s along the coast and
into the low 90s over the interior.
Posted: Sun Sep 25 23:02:48 2016
Isolated showers and storms will occur over the Atlantic waters
which will likely affect portions of the coast overnight with
occasional lightning strikes and locally heavy rain. But most areas
will remain dry.