NWS: High Rain Chances In Forecast For Brevard This Weekend

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storms may bring 40 mph wind gusts

We will be looking at a wet period into early next week as a frontal boundary moves southwards into the Florida peninsula today and tomorrow. (NWS image)

We will be looking at a wet period into early next week as a frontal boundary moves southwards into the Florida peninsula today and tomorrow. (NWS image)

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – We will be looking at a wet period into early next week as a frontal boundary moves southwards into the Florida peninsula today and tomorrow.

Very moist west-southwest flow will accompany this boundary, bringing high rain chances over the upcoming weekend.

A very warm atmosphere will keep severe storms chances low, though a few stronger storms may bring wind gusts to 40 mph.

The main threat over the next few days will be for locally heavy rainfall as the boundary stalls out across the region. This may lead to standing water and minor flooding, especially in locations that see several rounds of heavy rain.

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