Area Forecast Discussion
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Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Melbourne FL
1014 PM EDT Wed Jun 3 2020

.DISCUSSION...
Deep moisture persists across the area with evening soundings
showing PW values around 2 inches. Aloft a S/W trough is pushing
across the state, which should continue areas of mostly light
rainfall across the region, with the potential for additional
scattered showers and isolated storms developing through the
night. Low level southeast flow looks to increase late tonight
along the Treasure Coast, which could lead to locally heavy
rainfall and additional flooding concerns for the Martin County
and southeast St. Lucie County coastline. It will remain cloudy
overnight, with lows in the low 70s.

&&

.AVIATION...VFR CIGS of BKN050-060 expected for all sites
through this evening, with the potential for MVFR cigs moving in,
especially across the interior TAF sites later tonight. SUA will
have occasional MVFR CIGS with a reduction in VIS of 3SM in
showers. -RA conditions are expected for KMCO, KISM, KSFB, KLEE,
and KDAB through 6Z tonight. Thursday, SE/SSE flow through the TAF
period with showers and thunderstorms producing MVFR CIGS/VIS
with brief IFR conditions possible in heavier downpours.

&&

.MARINE...South to SE winds will generally persist over the
waters tonight with wind speeds decreasing to 5 to 10 knots. Seas
will range from 3-4 feet.

&&

.PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS...
DAB  70  79  70  84 /  60  90  60  80
MCO  71  82  72  86 /  70  90  60  80
MLB  71  81  72  84 /  60  90  60  80
VRB  71  82  71  85 /  60  90  60  80
LEE  71  79  72  86 /  70  90  60  80
SFB  70  81  71  87 /  70  90  60  80
ORL  71  80  71  86 /  70  90  60  80
FPR  71  83  71  86 /  60  90  60  70

&&

.MLB WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
FL...Flood Watch through Saturday afternoon for Indian River-Martin-
     Northern Brevard-Okeechobee-Osceola-Southern Brevard-St.
     Lucie.

AM...None.
&&

$$

SHORT TERM UPDATE...Weitlich
AVIATION...Watson
RADAR...Volkmer


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