SHORT TERM (TONIGHT THROUGH SATURDAY)...SURFACE/MID LEVEL RIDGING
WILL KEEP ITS HOLD ON THE REGION THROUGH FRIDAY. THIS WILL RESULT IN
LOW CHANCE POPS ON THURSDAY. MODELS WANT TO DEVELOP A WEAK WAVE THAT
WOULD TRACK ALONG THE PERIPHERY OF THE RIDGE...ACROSS THE STATE OF
FLORIDA...FROM SOUTH TO NORTH ON FRIDAY. UNCERTAINTY EXISTS AS TO
HOW FAR WEST THIS DISTURBANCE WILL SHIFT...THUS HAVE INCREASED POPS
SLIGHTLY TO ACCOUNT FOR THIS UNCERTAINTY. ON SATURDAY...UPPER LEVEL
SUPPORT MAY ASSIST IN DEVELOPING CONVECTION ACROSS OUR CENTRAL AND
EASTERN CWA. MAX TEMPS EACH DAY WILL BE IN THE LOW 90S ACROSS MOST
OF THE REGION WITH UPPER 80S POSSIBLE BY THE WEEKEND ACROSS OUR
EASTERNMOST COUNTIES. UPPER 60S FOR OVERNIGHT LOWS TONIGHT WILL
INCREASE TO THE LOW 70S BY FRIDAY NIGHT. OVERALL...THE PATTERN
REMAINS DRY WITH ABOVE AVERAGE TEMPS.
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