NWS: 80% Chance of Tropical Storm By Monday: Heavy Rain, Flooding, Tornadoes Possible

By  //  June 5, 2016

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Hazardous seas will also develop

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Low pressure is forecast to being to develop north of the Yucatan later on Sunday or Monday and move toward the Florida peninsula into Monday night and early Tuesday. (NWS image)

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Low pressure is forecast to being to develop north of the Yucatan later on Sunday or Monday and move toward the Florida peninsula into Monday night and early Tuesday.

Deep moisture ahead of the system and increasing wind fields will support the risk of locally heavy rain with potential flooding, isolated tornadoes, and strong and gusty winds in rain bands.

Hazardous seas will also develop over the Atlantic by later Monday night into Tuesday. Hurricane hunters are scheduled to investigate the tropical disturbance Sunday afternoon.

East central Florida residents and visitors should stayed tuned to the latest weather updates on this potential tropical system.

STAY TUNED TO SPACE COAST DAILY FOR UPFATES


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