Impact Weather Update and Graphicast for East Central Florida

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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Posted at 11:15 AM

Beach Forecast

Beach conditions look good today with near shore buoys recording a 1 foot swell and air temperatures reaching the upper 80s along the beaches under mostly sunny skies. Low tide along the east Central Florida coast is between 1130 am and noon today. Surf temperatures ranged from 76 at Daytona Beach to 80 at Cocoa Beach and 81 degrees at Fort Pierce this morning. High tide will be between 6 pm and 630 pm. Isolated afternoon lightning storm activity is expected to develop on the mainland today and push slowly toward the interior into late afternoon.

Posted by Matt Volkmer

Posted at 9:17 AM

Isolated to scattered storms today; Hot once again across the interior

The east coast sea breeze will develop by mid day near the coast and push slowly inland across the coastal counties from early to mid afternoon. Isolated showers and lightning storms are forecast to develop near or just west of I-95 and push slowly inland across the coastal counties and toward the interior by mid to late afternoon. High temperatures will reach around 90 to the lower 90s near the coast and into the mid 90s over the interior.

Posted by Matt Volkmer

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