A broad area of cyclonic circulation extends from the Bahamas across the Florida peninsula into the eastern Gulf. This area has some potential to slowly develop into a tropical or subtropical system, but it is already producing heavy rain and gusty easterly winds over portions of east central Florida. As of 08/1245Z, Satellite Beach Fire Station has reported 3.76" of rain, with over 3" at Patrick AFB and as of 8:30AM I've had 2.50" at the house. At 8AM Patrick had a wind gust to 41mph. ED
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