Area Forecast Discussion
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FXUS62 KMLB 290055

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Melbourne FL
855 PM EDT Wed Jun 28 2017

Tonight...A high pressure ridge axis to the north was providing a
light easterly gradient wind, hence boundaries pushed into west
central Florida early. A few patches of rain will end soon, then no
further precip chances are indicated across the interior. Satellite
shows some cloud lines over the Atlantic, so will have to watch for
small coastal rain chances overnight.  The HRRR model hasn`t been
showing Atlantic showers and onshore steering flow will be very
weak, so not planning to add any coastal POPs yet.


Mainly VFR through sunrise.  Local MVFR possible along the coast,
especially after sunrise as the sea breeze starts to set up with
slight chance of showers too.  Isolated-scattered sea breeze
showers/storms will affect interior terminals Thu afternoon.


Tonight-Thu...Good boating conditions.  East winds 10 knots or less.
Seas 2 feet or less.  Shower or storm chances look low over the
Atlantic waters, with the main coverage Thu afternoon well inland.




IMPACT WX...Weitlich
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