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Summer-Like Storms For Most This Week

A series of disturbances will keep rain chances elevated thru the end of the week for most of the state.

The dominant gulf sea breeze will bring plenty of moisture to the peninsula, and the possibility of strong thunderstorms. Mainly beginning after noon, but storms are likely to become stronger by late afternoon in most areas.

Scattered to numerous storms are forecast in Tallahassee 40% to 60% through Thursday night. Daily rain amounts in north Florida may total to half to three quarters of an inch. In Jacksonville, showers are likely off the eastern coast during the morning, and by the late afternoon, storms chances increase 50%-60% mainly between 1pm and 5pm. The merging sea breezes each day this week will bring showers and thunderstorms for central Florida, mainly east of I-75 corridor after 3pm. Any areas south of I-4 may see a few showers off the south east coast, but developing storms are unlikely. From Palm Beach to Miami rain chances diminish dramatically, 20% through Wednesday.

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Sources include nearest National Weather Service office, National Hurricane Center, and the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network (@FloridaStorms).
Sources include nearby emergency management agencies, FEMA, and your local NPR affiliate. 
Sources include the Florida Department of Transportation, Florida Highway Patrol and other nearby traffic information.

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