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7:00 AM | *Much quieter today on the heels of yesterday's storm impact*

Paul Dorian

Following yesterday’s very active day in Florida, colder air will pour into the region as strong low pressure pulls northward over the spine of the Appalachians. The winds will continue to be quite strong and there can be some lingering shower activity. Temperatures during the next couple of nights should drop into the 40’s – well below-normal for late December. The next 70 degree day looks like it’ll have to wait until early next week and we could be setting up for a very comfortable Christmas Day (Tuesday) with highs by then in the low-to-mid 70’s.

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10:30 AM | **The quiet before the storm…major storm to bring heavy rain, powerful winds, possible drenching thunderstorms, and a feeling of spring to much of the eastern third of the nation**

Paul Dorian

Another significant rain event will get underway later today as a powerful storm begins to lift northeast from the northern Gulf of Mexico coastal region.  This storm will not only bring us soaking rainfall – perhaps 2-3 inches with locally higher amounts – but also very strong wind gusts potentially past 50 mph.  In addition, as the storm moves northward on Friday to the west of the I-95 corridor, warmer air will surge up the Atlantic seaboard and it’ll feel spring-like with temperatures climbing to 60+ degrees in the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor.  Given the already well-saturated grounds, localized flooding is likely to become a real concern over the next 24-48 hours.

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7:00 AM | ***Severe weather threat across the state...line of powerful storms move from west-to-east***

Paul Dorian

The combination of vigorous energy in the upper atmosphere and ample moisture raises the prospects today for strong-to-severe thunderstorms moving from west-to-east across the state of Florida. A line of storms is already occurring over the eastern Gulf of Mexico and it should move from west-to-east over the next few hours. Cooler air returns for the upcoming weekend following the passage of a strong frontal system.

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7:00 AM | *On the watch for strong-to-severe thunderstorm activity on Thursday*

Paul Dorian

Yet another deep upper-level trough will form across the Deep South over the next 24-48 hours and it will result in an increased chance for showers and thunderstorms in Florida beginning later tonight. In fact, this feature will be potent enough to raise the prospects for severe weather around here on Thursday as it turns quite unstable and quite warm compared to recent days. The combination of ample moisture and a strong frontal system could actually result in the formation of a squall line late tonight over the Gulf of Mexico and that could arrive in east-central Florida during the PM hours on Thursday. Cooler air returns by the upcoming weekend following the passage of the frontal system.

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7:00 AM | *Potential severe thunderstorm activity here on Thursday*

Paul Dorian

Yet another deep upper-level trough will form in coming days across the Deep South and it will result in an increased chance for showers and thunderstorms in Florida later in the week. In fact, this feature will be potent enough to raise the prospects for severe weather around here on Thursday as it turns quite unstable and quite warm compared to recent days. The combination of ample moisture and a strong frontal system could actually result in the formation of a squall line late Wednesday night over the Gulf of Mexico and that could arrive in east-central Florida during the PM hours on Thursday. Cooler air returns by the upcoming weekend following the passage of the frontal system.

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7:00 AM | A bit cooler to start the new work week

Paul Dorian

High pressure will control the weather around here for the next couple of days, but then it’ll get more moist around here at mid-week. Deep upper-level trough will develop across the eastern third of the nation and the result will be an increasing shot at rain here during Wednesday and Thursday. It’ll turn cooler following the passage of the trough by the late part of the work week.

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7:00 AM | *An increase in temperatures and an increase in the chance for showers and thunderstorms*

Paul Dorian

Temperatures should turn warmer today and have a chance to reach the 80 degree mark. The increase in warmth will coincide with an increase in moisture and overall chances for showers and thunderstorms go up today and that threat will last into the weekend. Another cool down is likely by the early part of next week as another cool front slides through the state of Florida.

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7:00 AM | An increase in temperatures and an increase in rain chances

Paul Dorian

Temperatures should turn warmer today after moderation took place on Wednesday from the recent chill. Highs later today should reach the middle 70’s and 80 degrees is not out of the question for Friday. The increase in warmth will coincide with an increase in moisture and overall chances for showers and thunderstorms. Another cool down is likely by the early part of next week as another cool front slides through the state of Florida.

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7:00 AM | Not as cool today with PM temperatures reaching the mid-to-upper 60's

Paul Dorian

Temperatures should moderate somewhat today compared to the chilly Tuesday with afternoon highs likely to reach the mid-to-upper 60’s. High pressure takes control today, but moisture will be on the increase by tomorrow as low pressure strengthens over the south-central US. The increase in moisture will result in an increasing chance for showers and thunderstorms late this week and right into the weekend as we turn even milder with highs back in the 70’s.

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7:00 AM | *Still a cold pattern across Florida and the rest of the Southeast US*

Paul Dorian

Today will be another cool day in central Florida as cold air advection continues on the back side of departing low pressure pulling away from the east coast. High pressure takes control at mid-week and we’ll begin to turn milder during the latter part of the work week. Moisture will also make a return to this area and our chances for showers and thunderstorms will increase on Thursday and the threat for rain will continue into the early part of the weekend.

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