NWS: Storms Will Drift Back Toward East Coast Into Evening

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activity will diminish as fireworks time approaches

We are looking at the highest storm coverage and intensity to occur late this afternoon over the interior sections as sea breezes from both coasts move inland and collide. (NWS image)

We are looking at the highest storm coverage and intensity to occur late this afternoon over the interior sections as sea breezes from both coasts move inland and collide. (NWS image)

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA –  We are looking at the highest storm coverage and intensity to occur late this afternoon over the interior sections as sea breezes from both coasts move inland and collide.

There will be a slow drift of the diminishing showers and storms back toward the east coast into the evening hours, with the activity gradually diminishing as fireworks time approaches.

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