Afternoon storms are expected to take off and primarily impact the inland areas east of I-75. As our onshore wind meets with the east coast wind in the middle ground, this is where the best likelihood of strong storms will develop for the afternoon ad evening.
We will monitor any push for those storms to drift back to the coast; however, the model data suggest these pushing east into the night and diminishing.
Overnight expect the muggy to hang around, and it will continue to do so through the coming week. Temperatures overnight drop to the mid-70s to start off our quiet start to Saturday.
Don’t let the calm conditions catch you off guard, as storms will fire up around or after lunch with scattered storms both inland and some near the coast. This could impact afternoon plans. Make sure to head indoors and time thunder roars. High temperatures will …