A weakening quasi-stationary boundary remains in place across East Central Florida early this evening from approximately the Tampa Bay area to Sebastian Inlet. South of this boundary, prevailing flow remains south-southwest with a weak east coast sea breeze along the coast. Further north, prevailing flow is from the east-northeast which has pushed a diffuse east coast sea breeze well inland.
Through the late evening hours, lingering light rain will continue to diminish across Okeechobee and the Treasure Coast with activity generally moving from west to east and off the coast. Further north, isolated showers and possibly a storm will be possible across the Orlando Metro into Lake county as the diffuse east coast sea breeze continues to push west.
A stalled frontal boundary lying across the Space Coast and Osceola county will help produce showers and a few storms this afternoon. Current radar shows spotty light rain east of the I-4 corridor with heavier showers mainly over the Treasure coast and Lake Okeechobee. Locations along from Vero Beach to Fort Pierce and Okeechobee will see rain in the area through late afternoon. Rainfall amounts around a quarter to half an inch will will be possible in these areas. A few spots may see up to an inch.