5 Day Statewide Weather Outlook for Fri 6/7 to Tue 6/11

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...Scattered Sea Breeze Showers and Thunderstorms Along the Peninsula and Keys Today and South of I-4 and Along the Keys This Weekend…A Few Strong to Severe Thunderstorms and Isolated Instances of Flooding and Ponding of Water Cannot Be Ruled Out…A Wet Weather Pattern Is Expected to Return Early-to-Mid Next Week…Marginal Risk for Flash Flooding Along the Western Peninsula Tuesday…Strong to Severe Thunderstorms May Be Possible…Triple Digit Heat Indices (100-115) Nearly Statewide Over the Next 5 Days…Heat Advisories In Effect Along Southeast Florida Today…Additional Heat Advisories and Excessive Heat Warnings Will Likely Be Issued This Weekend and Early Next Week As Conditions Warrant…Sensitive to Locally Elevated Wildfire Conditions Persist Across Interior North and Central Florida…Moderate Risk for Rip Currents to Persist Along Several Panhandle and East Coast Beaches With a Low Risk Elsewhere…


…Have A Wonderful Weekend!...