Fred is that you? NHC gives low pressure a 30% chance of developing, John sees bigger chances!
It's complicated, something is slowly building off the East Coast of Florida, basically east of Melbourne and the Space Coast.
See our article on News4jax Weather News section (I'll update this just after the noon show).
This low pressure has huge implications for our short term and weekend weather.
It makes it better!
Yep, this system will shift our winds to onshore and that will push the typical July pattern of afternoon and evening thunderstorms inland.
This afternoon DO EXPECT storms to develop but mainly along US301 and I-95, these will shift inland. This may leave area beaches dry.
Daytime highs will be steamy, but not super hot, highs will be around 90°. Add in the tropical humidity (super high) our feel-like temperatures will be near 100°.
Stay tune, this literally is a developing situation.