5 Day Statewide Weather Outlook for Fri 6/21 to Tue 6/25

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...Invest 92L To Reach the Northeast Florida/Southeast Georgia Coast Tonight; A Short-Lived Tropical Depression May Develop (60% Chance of Development)…Regardless of Development, Heavy Rainfall, Gusty Winds, and Coastal Impacts Possible…Scattered Showers and Embedded Thunderstorm Across the Northern Peninsula Today and Tonight…Marginal Risk For Flash Flooding Across the Northern Peninsula…Relatively Drier Conditions Elsewhere Today…High Surf Advisories In Effect Along the Northeast Coast Through This Afternoon…Localized Minor Coastal Flooding and Coastal Erosion Possible Along the East Coast…Wet Weather Pattern Anticipated This Weekend and Early Next Week…Scattered to Numerous Showers Expected Nearly Statewide…Marginal Risk For Flash Flooding Across The Northern Peninsula and Nature Coast Saturday…Instances of Localized Flooding and Ponding of Water May be Possible In The Peninsula Over the Next 5 Days…Heat Indices In The Upper 90s and Triple Digits (100-112) Statewide…Moderate to High Risk For Rip Currents Along Florida Panhandle and East Coast Over the Next 5 Days…

…Have A Wonderful Weekend!...