Area Forecast Discussion
Issued by NWS Melbourne, FL

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FXUS62 KMLB 120104
AFDMLB

East Central Florida Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Melbourne FL
904 PM EDT Sat Aug 11 2018

.DISCUSSION...The airmass is largely stabilized from aftn/eve
convection and with loss of heating expect diminishing remnant
cloudiness over the next few hours. Mild overnight temperatures can
be expected with increasingly favorable conditions for sky watching.
The current forecast will be cleaned up to remove mention of pcpn
over land areas the remainder of the evening.

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.AVIATION...VFR conds areawide overnight with guid suggesting a chc
of storms by midday Sunday developing from west to east, initially
crossing from the gulf coast and across the I-4 corridor around
midday then colliding with developing boundaries over the east
central FL area the remainder of the afternoon on Sunday. 50 to
60pct likelihood of storms in the afternoon with periods of MVFR/IFR
in affected locations along with SFC WND G25-35kt.

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.MARINE...Winds primarily S/SW. Seas AOB 2 ft outside of isold
showers/storms. Offshore moving storms will again be a hazard for
boaters over the intracoastal and near shore Atlc waters on Sunday
afternoon into early evening. Torrential downpours, gusty downburst
winds and cloud to water lightning should remain a concern.

&&

.HYDROLOGY...No sites along the Saint Johns river are at or above
Flood Stage, however most locations remain within Action Stage
except Deland. Refer to the latest Hydrologic Statements (RVSMLB)
for the latest stage and forecast information.

&&

.MLB WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
FL...None.
AM...None.

&&

$$

JP/SK/KR


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