First Alert Weather Forecast
With high pressure right over Central Florida winds will be generally light with a land breeze developing during the early a.m. hours. This can sometimes generate showers along the coast at daybreak. Most the rain will be focused inland later in the day.
The weather pattern over the state is very similar to what we have seen for the last few day and should be unchanging in the next 2 or 3 days.
With high pressure positioned right over the top of the Suncoast we can expect slow moving thunderstorms to develop along the sea breeze as it moves inland during the mid afternoon. The rain chance will stay low for coastal locations 20% but 30% inland mainly E. of I-75.
Expect only a few isolated thunderstorms once again on Wednesday as high pressure is hanging near the Suncoast. Highs will top out in the upper 80s inland and mid 80s at the beaches.
A ridge of high pressure will drive the forecast for the next few days. Slightly drier air combined with a high pressure area sprawling across central Florida will bring mostly sunny skies and mostly dry afternoons.
Could it be two weekends in a row with some sweet weather? Looks like it as a surface high pressure should keep things quiet for the most part this weekend. There is a small chance for a few showers along the coast in the a.m. and then mainly inland later in the day. Rain chance at 20%.