Today's high: 90 degrees| Tonight's low: 77 degrees
Main weather concerns: Showers are possible across the region in the morning hours of Wednesday. The afternoon will be steamy with a chance of severe weather in the evening hours along the I-4 corridor as the east and west seabreezes collide. Highs hit in the upper 80s to near 90 degrees inland and along the coast. Stay weather aware and when thunder roars, head indoors.
BEACHES: Showers and storms will increase by mid-morning and continue through the afternoon with peak coverage in the 60% range. Heavy rain and lightning will be the main threats to the coastal storms. Rip current risk stands at a low-moderate ranking. Download the FOX 35 Storm Team weather app to track the radar on your phone.
THEME PARKS: Don't forget a poncho if you are heading out to the theme parks. Showers and storm chances rise slowly through the mid-morning and another round could develop during the evening hours as seabreezes collide.
OUTLOOK: Later this week, The Saharan Air Layer will arrive in Florida. This may lower storm chances some, especially south of I-4. With lower rain chances, temperatures will soar to the mid and upper-90s, and heat index values will climb to near 110 degrees. Scattered storms are still expected all week with a few stronger storms possible.
TRACKING THE TROPICS: The NHC is monitoring the potential for a low-pressure system to develop east of Bermuda. It is given a 50% of development over the next seven days, it could become a tropical depression during that time.
This will not be a threat to the US.
Depend on the FOX 35 Storm Team for more on the tropics!