In full recap for today's weather though, no rain east of the spine of the state until one gets down to the extreme Southern tip of the state. West coast to see rain chances from Tampa area south and into the keys. The north and eastern parts of the state are being dominated by a nasty high pressure ridge extension poking south off the Appalachins and as far south as Lake Okeechobee, leaving the east half in it's stabilizing, northerly and dry stabilizing flow.
See no change for at least another day and possibly as long as 3 days. But things could change sooner than expected contingent upon what a 'yet to be seen' tropical wave may do. Thunderstorm threat though for East Central Florida appears to be non-existant today.