|Storm building south from Seminole County and then working east into Brevard|
Shown : Cape Canaveral at 7pm Looking NW
|Frightened Ghost Crab Eyes Building Clouds to the West|
|This image shows water vapor in the mid-upper levels. |
The dark-orange area to the east of Florida
is the drier air from the other day. Upper low west of the Keys
|NOTATION: Activity for showers (green)/thunder/stronger storms|
will be isolated at any one point in time
but probably most numerous from 5pm -7:30pm .
The area in blue could be extend further south another 50-75 miles.
TOMORROW - SUNDAY: Not a significant enough change in the pattern to be able to discern any daily fluctuations that are inevitable to arise. Overall, today doesn't look a lot different than yesterday other than 1) there is early activity along the west coast near Cedar Key which sometimes is an indicator of a more 'active day' ; and 2) the dry air that was appearing to be moving out at this time yesterday has already cleared the area as noted in the previous image.
|Lightning over West Merritt Island as seen from Cape Canaveral|
BEYOND: Monday and/or Tuesday we might see some drier air work in that will greatly restrict to completely inhibit storm formation in some certain wide swaths of the state - exactly where appears to be Central, but that could change. Otherwise, frontal boundary will work to I-10 on Tuesday and into North Central to Central on Wednesday. From there, things could get interesting in a different way but exactly how will leave it up to chance; though models do provide for some clues, I wouldn't trust them until we know where the front will end up. Regardless, rain chances remain in the equation for quite a while unless the front works further south than expected. At this point, it could get even toward South Central but then retrograde back north as broad mid-level low pressure forms in the Northeast Gulf later in the week (next week).
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