Pop-up showers and storms have been confined to along and near the coastal bend of north Florida. A rather weak frontal boundary dissects the region, keeping the richest moisture and best instability near the coast, while a local northwesterly wind flow has pinned the afternoon seabreeze along the Big Bend. In areas of rain development, downpours are possible along with a briefly strong storm. The more inland you are, the less chance of active thunderstorms there is. The sky will be partly cloudy to mostly clear overnight with lows falling to the low to mid 70s. It’ll remain hot and humid Tuesday, with limited daytime shower and storm action, reaching 40% of the region at best. Highs will be generally in the middle 90s, with feels-like temperatures in the afternoon around 100° to 105° with isolated higher levels.
Posted at 4:20 PM, Aug 05, 2013
and last updated 2013-08-05 16:20:00-04
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