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...Scattered showers and thunderstorms expected statewide today...A few storms could become strong or severe...A marginal risk of severe weather is predicted for the Panhandle by the Storm Prediction Center...Moderate risk of rip currents for the Panhandle Coast...Lake Okeechobee average elevation is 14.40 feet today, which is 1.27 feet above normal for this time of year...No additional tropical activity expected within the next 48 hours...

Updated 9:30 AM EDT Tuesday

The remnants of Tropical Storm Bonnie are continuing to produce showers along the Carolina coasts. Post-Tropical Low Bonnie is forecast to continue slowly drifting northeast over the next 36 hours before moving further offshore later this week. No impacts are expected for Florida. A few tropical waves are located in the Atlantic, but none are expected to develop due to shear or dry air. For the latest updates, click here.

A typical summertime pattern of warm temperatures, increasing humidity and light winds will allow for the coastal seabreezes to generate scattered showers and thunderstorms statewide today, mainly during the afternoon and evening hours although isolated activity may begin near the coast later this morning. Due to light winds, the seabreeze collision is expected to occur along the spine of the Peninsula this evening and push eastward off the coast by 2am.

A few storms could become strong or severe with gusty winds, heavy rainfall and lightning being the main threats. A marginal risk of severe weather is predicted for the Panhandle by the Storm Prediction Center.

Otherwise expect mostly sunny skies with temperatures reaching the mid to upper 80s at the coast and lower 90s inland. Mild overnight lows in the 70s are expected statewide, with patchy fog possible across portions of North Florida Wednesday morning.

Southwest winds this afternoon will result in a moderate risk of rip currents for the Panhandle Coast. A low risk of rip currents is expected for all other beaches today. Rip currents can still occur on low risk days. Beach goers are urged to check with local beach rescue for the latest surf conditions and to always swim within sight of a lifeguard.

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