Through 9 pm, the east and west coast sea breeze boundaries will collide over the interior, near Lake county and adjacent portions of western Orange county and along the Kissimmee River basin. Isolated showers are expected to develop as a result of the collision with movement toward the northeast at 15 mph. Despite the limited amount of moisture, there is a pocket of cool air that will move across the area this evening associated with a weak upper trough. As a result, there is small chance that a lightning storm could develop as a result of the collision west of Orlando. Gusty winds would accompany any deep convection.
High temperatures will reach the upper 80s from around I-95 westward across the interior. An early afternoon sea breeze will keep readings in the middle 80s over coastal mainland sections, and lower 80s along the barrier islands.
At 755 AM...Surface observations and satellite imagery showed an area of low clouds and fog covering Lake County, adjacent western sections of Orange and Seminole Counties, and the northwestern half of Volusia county. Visibilities were as low as one quarter of a mile across some locations such as Leesburg and The Villages.
Drivers should use caution on area roadways this morning and remain alert for rapidly changing visibilities. If encountering dense fog, slow down, use your low beam headlights, and leave plenty of distance between your vehicle and the one in front of you.
The fog will burn off by around 900 or 930 AM.
Patchy fog with locally reduced visibilities to around a quarter of a mile or less is currently developing over a few spots early this morning across East Central Florida. Latest observations show this is mainly occurring across Lake County and along I-95 between Fort Pierce and Vero Beach. Drivers should use caution on area roadways this morning and be alert for rapidly changing visibilities. If encountering dense fog, slow down, use your low beam headlights, and leave plenty of distance between your car and the one in front of you.