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7:00 AM | *Looks pretty decent through the weekend*

Paul Dorian

As high pressure builds into the eastern US our weather will settle down into a pretty nice pattern with plenty of sunshine for the next few days and comfortably warm conditions. Ridging will actually intensify on Friday and through the weekend increasing our chances that the generally nice pattern continues into early next week.

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7:00 AM | *Nicer stretch of weather begins today*

Paul Dorian

Our unsettled weather pattern of recent days will improve today and there will be only a slight of additional rainfall across central Florida. The improving pattern will continue on Thursday and the end result may be a nice stretch of weather that’ll last right into the early part of next week.

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7:00 AM | *Showers and thunderstorms likely during the PM hours*

Paul Dorian

An unsettled weather pattern will begin the week in central Florida as a weak surface cool front will stall in the northern part of the state. Ahead of the front, the atmosphere should destabilize enough for the likelihood of afternoon showers and thunderstorms in this area and some storms can reach strong levels. It will still quite active into the mid-week time period thanks to a strong southern branch of the jet stream across the Gulf of Mexico.

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7:00 AM | *Unsettled weather pattern begins this weekend and continues through the first half of next week*

Paul Dorian

Our recent string of rain-free days is coming to an end with showers on the table for today, tonight and Saturday and an even better shot for the second half of the weekend. In fact, the threat for showers and thunderstorms will increase for the Monday-to-Wednesday time period as an unsettled weather pattern takes over across much of Florida. There are also signs that the tropics may become active near Florida over the next week to ten days and we’ll monitor it closely.

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7:00 AM | *Threat of scattered showers and thunderstorms returns today to central Florida*

Paul Dorian

Our recent string of rain-free days could end today as an upper-level disturbance moves in this direction from the Gulf of Mexico. This system will generate enough upper motion in the atmosphere for the likely formation of showers and thunderstorms in central Florida. High pressure ridging will tend to reduce chances for showers on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, but that threat for scattered showers will not be eliminated.

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