Impact Weather Update for East Central Florida from the National Weather Service Melbourne
Rain bands will persist and gradually increase around a weak tropical low over northern Brevard County showers & storms wrapping around a low that will track gradually north to northwest.
Near and north of this low, numerous showers and squall bands will continue to develop, moving west to northwest at 30 to 35 MPH over the Atlantic waters of Volusia County and onshore, with more stationary heavy rain bands just south of the low from northeast Osceola County to Cape Canaveral. Additional rain bands will likely develop across the Treasure Coast (Indian River, Martin, and St. Lucie Counties) into late morning and move northward. Embedded heavier showers will continue to produce torrential downpours of one half to one inch of rainfall, and passing wind gusts of 30 to 40 MPH in brief squalls.
Expect: Torrential Downpours, Strong Wind Gusts & Lightning Strikes.
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