Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
Chief Meteorologist Phil Ferro last night was talking about severe weather that rolled through Volusia county and that there was the potential to see some activity overnight and through the morning. In fact, he was totally right. Some strong storms in Western Broward and Miami-Dade did trigger an advisory. That activity moved in and out overnight and the early morning commute was headache free of wet weather. Luckily it's been mostly sunny, but look for additional clouds and storms to build this afternoon through evening.
The National Weather Service has increased the chance for rain and we have the potential to see some severe storms later today. This is all associated with some energy that split from a weak front located over North Florida. Ahead of the front the air will remain unsettled and there is a good chance of rain through early Thursday. Once the front clears early Thursday, improving conditions will be very noticeable. In fact, it will be drier, brighter and less humid mid-day Thursday. This is because an area of high pressure will be building in behind the passage of the front. However, don't expect a drop in temperatures this time around. The only real change will be a strong breeze out of the Northeast to make it feel refreshing.
Make it a great day South Florida!
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