GOES EAST GeoColor satellite imagery Florida. Late season ‘cold’ front weakening and washing out across the central peninsula. The boundary is clearly marked by cloud cover with much lower coverage to the north. Highest rain chances will be south of the front.
Radar imagery shows widespread coverage of thunderstorms over the Gulf of Mexico and developing across Florida. All activity traveling west to east. Credit: NOAA NWS
Radar imagery showing a large area of showers and thunderstorms moving over the west coast of Florida. This activity was traveling northeast at 25 mph. Additional showers and thunderstorms will develop ahead of the main activity in the hot, humid, unstable atmosphere. Credit: NOAA NWS
GOES EAST GeoColor satellite imagery over Florida. Upper level low and surface wave has moved to the north allowing for a change in the storm directional movement for today. Widespread showers and thunderstorms will develop over land and travel towards the eastern half of the peninsula and off the coast.
GOES EAST GeoColor satellite imagery over Florida. Upper level low and surface wave over the Bahamas edges towards Florida. Windy conditions and rough marine conditions along the east coast with scattered showers and a isolated thunderstorms statewide will continue over the next couple of days as the system moves towards the northwest and north.
GOES East GeoColor satellite imagery over Florida. Easterly flow continues across the peninsula as surface high off the mid Atlantic seaboard and a weak easterly wave over the Bahamas influence the wind flow pattern. Increasing moisture from the weak surface wave and associated upper level low over the Bahamas will generate higher rain chances over the next few days.