Nowcast | as of 6:34 am EDT on March 27, 2015
Outflow boundaries from previous convection over the Gulf of
Mexico yesterday pushed into central Florida overnight.
Increasing wind fields aloft have generated bands of rain with
embedded storms along these boundaries early this morning. The
individual showers and storms will continue to move toward the
east northeast around 40 mph south of a line from Micco to Lake
Marian while the boundaries press to the southeast and push
out of the area later this morning. Areas north of this
line...largely from Brevard and Osceola County northward...will remain
dry through mid morning. Then a large area of showers and
storms is expected to redevelop by mid day into the afternoon and
move from west to east ahead of an approaching cold front.
The storms this afternoon will be fast moving and more capable
of producing strong...and possibly damaging...wind gusts.
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