A cold front will continue to push south across the Florida peninsula on Wednesday bringing rounds of showers and storms throughout the day, with locally heavy rainfall. Multiple impulses of energy will move along the front over the next 24 hours. Most of the storms will stay below severe limits, however if severe weather warnings are issued we will alert you immediately. Some areas could pick up more than 3 inches of rain as the front moves through.
Heavy rain will begin early Wednesday; so you may want to allow some extra time for your morning commute. The additional clouds and rain will keep daytime high temperatures a little below average with readings in the mid 80s on Wednesday.
Thursday will be much drier with a 30% chance of rain; mainly over inland southern areas. Above average rain chances return by Friday and Saturday.
Hurricane Edouard is located about 495 miles to the east of Bermuda. Edouard is weakening and now has maximum sustained winds of 90 miles per hour. It is moving to the NE at 17 miles per hour. This will not have an affect on our local weather, swells reach the east coast of Florida by mid-week and you can see the surf forecast here. http://goo.gl/eVwgvq
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