Wed. Sep 18th, 2019

Rain coverage low for Monday


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CONTINUE TO TRACK SHOWERS. KYLE: MOST OF TODAY WAS DRY, BUT WE HAD SOME EXCEPTIONS TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST. WE ARE FINALLY ABOUT TO FLIP THE PATTERN. GREAT NEWS FOR THE GULF COAST. LET’S LOOK AT OUTSIDE IN VOLUSIA COUNTY. DAYTONA BEACH SHORES, YOU CAN SEE CLOUDS IN THE DISTANCE. WE HAD A DOWNPOUR NEARBY NORTH OF DAYTONA BEACH AND SOUTHERN FLAGLER COUNTY. 86° BUT THE DEW POINT IS NEARL 80, SO IT FEELS 14° WARMER THAN IT ACTUALLY IS. IT FEELS LIKE 100°. HERE ARE THE SHOWERS SHOWING SIGNS OF WEAKENING. STILL SOME DOWNPOURS, BUT LESS LIGHTNING IN CENTRAL WESTERN MARION COUNTY WITH HIS HEAVIER RAIN TO THE WEST. SOME OF THIS WILL WORK THROUGH PORTIONS OF MARION COUNTY. NOT MUCH GOING ON IN SUMTER, LAKE, OR FLAGLER. LET’S FOCUS ON THE TINY DOWNPOUR IN THE ORLANDO METRO. THIS IS WORKING TOWARD UCF. TO T EAST, THIS IS THE EAST COAST SEABREEZE. WE HAVE NOT SEEN WORK WEST OF I-95 ALL WEEK. NOT NECESSARILY SOMETHING WE WANT TO SEE THIS EVENING BECAUSE IT WILL LEAD TO FURTHER SHOWERS AND STORMS. JUST THE FACT IT IS WORKING INLAND AS A SIGN WE ARE FINALLY ABOUT FLIP THE WEATHER PATTERN WE HAVE BEEN STOPPED IN FOR THE PAST FIVE TO SEVEN DAYS. THIS PATTERN HAS BROUGHT SIGNIFICANT RAIN TO OUR VIEWING AREA, ESPECIALLY NORTH FLORIDA WHICH HAS BEEN HAMMERED BY HEAVY RAIN, I BELIEVE 2 FEET OF RAIN IN SOME SPOTS. A FEW TINY SHOWERS COMING TOGETHER IN EASTERN OSCEOLA BUT FALLING APART AS WE HEAD INTO TONIGHT.% NOTHING IN THE TROPICS AT THIS POINT. WE HAVE BEEN WATCHING THE INVEST BUT IT IS WORKING AWAY FROM THE U.S. DURING THE WORK WEEK. ONLY A SLIGHT CHANCE OF DEVELOPMENT, EVEN THOUGH THE WATER IS WARM. IT IS MOVING AWAY. WHEN WE LOOK AT THE FEELS LIKE MATH, IT IS EASY TO SEE WHERE IT IS RAINING AND WHERE IT IS NOT. 95 TO 100 WHERE — FOR ALMOST EVERYONE. LOW TO MID 70’S OVERNIGHT. PARTLY CLOUDY. A QUIET START TO MY DAY. WE WILL SEE SOME ISOLATED SHOWERS COMING FROM THE EAST SOUTHEAST TOMORROW. WE ARE WATCHING THE EAST COAST SEABREEZE WORKING TO THE WEST. THAT WILL LEAD TO ISOLATE SHOWERS AND STORMS. THE OVERALL COVERAGE, FAIRLY LOW TOMORROW. 30%. THAT MEANS WE WILL HEAT UP IN MANY AREAS. UPPER 80’S, LOW 90’S. FEELING CLOSE TO 100 AREAWIDE. WE WILL KEEP RAIN COVERAGE LOW TUESDAY. 40% BY WEDNESDAY. IT WILL STAY THERE FOR T

Rain coverage low for Monday

Meteorologist Kyle Gravlin has your WESH 2 News First Alert Weather forecast.

Meteorologist Kyle Gravlin

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