First Alert Weather

Actions

Storm Team Thursday evening forecast (04/28/2016)

First Alert Logo
Posted at 4:30 PM, Apr 28, 2016
and last updated 2016-04-28 16:30:00-04

MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- From the Storm Team Weather Center ...

The seabreeze is active this afternoon, but earlier thunderstorm clusters weakened considerably this morning.  One lone "outflow boundary" did clash with the seabreeze and sparked a few thunderstorms in the central Big Bend.  Current rain activity is moving somewhat erratically, but it's been dependent on the movement of the seabreeze flow.  Generally, areas near and south of the state line between the Ochlockonee and Suwannee rivers run the best chance for spotty showers or brief storms this evening.  Action will end by midnight, with leftover clouds and moisture in its wake.  Patchy fog is possible by dawn with lows between 65° and 70°.  An upper high-pressure system will have a two-day influence on the regional pattern, reducing showers and storms even further while boosting highs into the low 90s away from the coast.  By Sunday, another front will skim the region, enhancing the shower and storm chances for interior sections for early next week.