High pressure remains in place across Central Florida through the rest of the week. Inland-moving sea breezes and interactions will produce showers and storms each afternoon. Temperatures will stay near to just above normal.
Today, southwest steering flow will favor the eastern side of the peninsula for showers and storms. Strongest storms will be inland, where boundary collisions occur. Expect heavy rain, gusty winds, and frequent lightning in storms. Daytime highs will reach the low to mid 90s, and feel like 100 degrees.
Tonight, expect storms to diminish well after sunset. Partly cloudy skies and muggy conditions remain in place. Overnight, lows will be warm, in the low to mid 70s.
Tomorrow, both sea breeze boundaries push inland and collide down the spine of the peninsula. Scattered afternoon convection and plenty of heat are both on tap for Central Florida. High temperatures will reach the upper 80s to 90 degrees along the coast, with low to mid 90s inland.
By the weekend, an easterly wave with more moisture heads toward Central Florida. This increases rain chances, as showers and storms will move inland from the Atlantic and push toward the western side of the peninsula. Behind this wave, a slight drying takes place late Sunday.
As for the tropics, T.D. Two continues its trek in the southern Bay of Campeche. This system will remain weak as it moves westward into Mexico. Elsewhere, no tropical formation is expected.
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