Overview: A strong storm system will move across the northern Gulf of Mexico and northern Florida late tonight into early Wednesday. A line of thunderstorms is expected to accompany the system, bringing the potential for damaging wind gusts, heavy rain, and potentially small hail.
Areas north of I-4 will hold the greater potential for strong to potentially severe storms between roughly 10 pm and 5 am. Storms should gradually weaken and/or move out of the area by sunrise Wednesday.
In addition to strong storms, sea fog will be a concern as moisture increases over the cooler shelf waters of the Gulf of Mexico. This may begin as early as tonight, but the better chance for more widespread dense sea fog will be Wednesday into Thursday.
Watch, Warnings, Advisories:
*None at this time. Impacts:
*Damaging wind gusts
*Locally heavy rain
*Areas of dense sea fog primarily Wednesday through Thursday mornings