NWS: Independence Day Calls For Higher Coverage of Afternoon Storms

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temperatures in lower to mid 90s

The outlook for Independence Day calls for a higher coverage of afternoon storms, with drift back toward the east coast into the evening hours. (NWS image)

The outlook for Independence Day calls for a higher coverage of afternoon storms, with drift back toward the east coast into the evening hours. (NWS image)

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Storm coverage will be a little more limited today, due to some drier air over the region.

The highest storm coverage this afternoon will be over the interior sections, after sea breezes drift inland from both coasts.

The outlook for Independence Day calls for a higher coverage of afternoon storms, with drift back toward the east coast into the evening hours.

High temperatures topping out in the lower to mid 90s both days.


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