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Elevated rain chances continue through the weekend for some

Rain chances will remain higher than normal in most areas of the peninsula through Sunday. Persistent Gulf moisture will continue to fuel showers and thunderstorms near the Forgotten Coast and Nature Coast in the morning hours, moving inland across the I-10 and I-75 corridors by afternoon.  Some late afternoon storms may become severe and produce frequent lightning, gusty winds and small hail. The highest coverage of the rain will be on Friday and Saturday, with more typical spotty showers on Sunday. 

Further south, across inland areas of central and south Florida, sea breeze showers and thunderstorms will become more numerous Friday and Saturday and generally move inland from both coasts. Rain chances continue to rise Sunday as deeper moisture gets pulled in from the Gulf of Mexico. 

 

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