The east and west coast sea breeze boundaries are projected to collide over southern Lake county by 630 pm or 7 pm. While temperatures in this area warmed into the lower 90s this afternoon, relative humidity values have been quite low. Therefore, development of isolated storms is questionable. If any storms develop they will drift south and could briefly be strong with gusty winds and occasional lightning strikes occurring.
The east and west coast sea breeze boundaries are propagating inland this afternoon sparking isolated showers and storms. A sea breeze collision will occur early this evening near Lake county which should spark additional storms. Strong surface heating combined with cold temperatures aloft may produce a strong storm but a warm stable layer exists at about 10,000 feet and there is quite a bit of dry air so threat for hail and strong wind gusts is low. In fact...storm coverage should remain isolated even with the sea breeze collision.
Isolated showers should develop just inland from the coast late this morning and early afternoon as the east coast sea breeze develops and pushes onto the mainland. The best chance for a few showers will be from Brevard county south to Indian River...Martin and Saint Lucie counties but most areas will remain dry. Motion will be toward the north at 10 mph or less. There should be a better chance for showers and storms over the interior late this afternoon as the east and west coast sea breezes collide. The storms late today may become strong containing hail and strong wind gusts.