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Sunday, August 31, 2014

Posted at 8:33 PM

Isolated Atlantic showers will move toward the east coast overnight

Isolated Atlantic showers will move toward the east coast through the late night hours. Brief rainfall may occur along the beaches with any showers that move onshore.

Posted by Matt Volkmer

Posted at 6:18 PM

Isolated showers will move westward

Isolated showers across interior areas from western Orange county, Lake county and along the Kissimmee River will move westward through the evening hours. Across the Atlantic, isolated showers will also move westward and approach the near shore waters this evening.

Posted by A Meteorologist

Posted at 3:21 PM

Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms through late afternoon

Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will produce brief periods of moderate to heavy rain and gusty winds along the east coast sea breeze as it pushes inland at 5 to 10 mph. Elsewhere...isolated showers will produce brief periods of light to moderate rain along the coast south of Cape Canaveral.

Posted by Matt Bragaw

Posted at 12:45 PM

Isolated showers and thunderstorms through mid afternoon

Skies will be partly sunny over the interior through mid afternoon with isolated showers and thunderstorms developing. Storm motion will be west at 5 to 10 mph. Along the coast...skies will be mostly sunny. Temperatures will hold in the upper 80s to lower 90s. East to northeast winds will prevail at 10 to 15 mph along the coast...5 to 10 mph over the interior.

The rip current threat will be moderate this afternoon due to a long period easterly swell and an outgoing tide. Swimmers should use caution at area beaches.

Posted by Matt Bragaw

Posted at 9:22 AM

Edited on: Sunday, August 31, 2014 9:43 AM
Mostly sunny through midday...moderate rip current threat

Skies across east central Florida will be mostly sunny through midday as dry air aloft will prevent the formation of any shower activity. Winds over the interior will increase out of the east to 5-10 mph...10-15 mph along the coast as the east coast sea breeze develops and pushes inland. Temperatures will warm into the lower 90s inland and into the upper 80s along the coast.

The rip current threat will be moderate today due to a long period easterly swell. Swimmers should use caution at area beaches.

Posted by Matt Bragaw

Posted at 5:09 AM

main storm chances over interior this afternoon

There will be a slight chance for showers along the coast this morning, especially along the Treasure Coast.

The sea breeze will progress steadily inland and across the peninsula this afternoon. Coverage of showers and storms along the boundary is expected to be lower than normal again.

The rip current risk will remain moderate. The greatest chance for dangerous rip currents will be early this morning and late this afternoon into early evening.

East Central Florida Weather Hazards Today

Posted by Randy Lascody

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