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Kenya Black
Kenya Black : Timeline Photos     A slowly strengthening area of low pressure over the southwestern Bay of Campeche could pass through the Florida Straits late this week. This area of low pressure may deliver several inches of rain to the Florida Keys Thursday through Friday. This graphic indicates potential rain amounts Thursday into Friday night.    
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Alexis Acosta Tejera
Alexis Acosta Tejera : NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center    
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Meteorologist Sandy Delgado Reyes
Meteorologist Sandy Delgado Reyes : Timeline Photos     A slowly strengthening area of low pressure over the southwestern Bay of Campeche could pass through the Florida Straits late this week. This area of low pressure may deliver several inches of rain to the Florida Keys Thursday through Friday. This graphic indicates potential rain amounts Thursday into Friday night.    
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Kimberley Anna Renée Phipps-Thomas
Kimberley Anna Renée Phipps-Thomas : Graphicast Oct 20     Will continue to monitor area of disturbed weather in the Bay of Campeche this week. www.srh.noaa.gov/jax    
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Allen Insurance Associates, Inc.
Allen Insurance Associates, Inc. : Timeline Photos     A line of showers moving into the north Brevard and Volusia coasts this morning is associated with a weak frontal boundary currently draped across the region. These showers will affect the Volusia coast through early afternoon before the front lifts north, with otherwise partly cloudy skies for the remainder of the region.

The front will move back through on Tuesday before stalling out across South Florida on Wednesday. Rain and storm chances through mid week will mainly be confined to the Treasure Coast and around Lake Okeechobee as the frontal boundary taps into deep tropical moisture associated with a developing tropical disturbance in the Bay of Campeche.     update

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Trish Benitez
Trish Benitez : Timeline Photos     Alright EURO Model...you got my attention. This "Low" we have been talking about developing in the Bay of Campeche is looking more and more likely that we need to closely monitor its development. Both the Euro and GFS (American) Model track this Low in the southern Gulf of Mexico up through Thursday. While the GFS keeps the Low south over Miami and the Everglades before heading into the Atlantic, the European Model takes a northerly track Friday and Saturday bringing the Low just west of Tampa and then heads in to the panhandle west of Tallahassee. With several days to go, I don't want to get you too worried about this storm, but instead of me saying "check back on the Forecast from time to time", I am dialing that up and saying PLEASE keep up on this storm and please stay current on the Forecast. The Euro and the GFS are VERY good Models, and now that we are under the 7 day window, with each passing day, we will start putting more weight into the track and intensity of what ever this will be...either a rainmaker, or something actually Tropical with a name. I will have a lot more on this when I get in to the WX Center on Monday.    
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Columbia County Florida Emergency Management
Columbia County Florida Emergency Management : Graphicast Oct 20     Will continue to monitor area of disturbed weather in the Bay of Campeche this week. www.srh.noaa.gov/jax    
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Jamie Kagol Weather
Jamie Kagol Weather :         Tracking the Tropics-

The tropics are very quiet today with no named storms in the Atlantic Basin. There is one area of interest in the southwestern Bay of Campeche that is producing disorganized showers & thunderstorms. The forecast models do show some
gradual development of this system over the next several days as it moves slowly to the east-northeast. Regardless of any amount of development, this system will increase the tropical moisture in our atmosphere and our chance of rain during the middle and later part of the work week.

FOX 4 Meteorologist Jamie Kagol

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Lissette Gonzalez
Lissette Gonzalez : Happy Monday! This past weekend the weather was perfect right? Well, we are in for changes this week. Watch CBS4 news now for details. Mild start now with the upper 60s inland and 70s near the coast. A bit more humid with highs in the mid to upper 80s this afternoon. Spotty showers possible. Better chance of RAIN later this week. TRACKING A DISTURBANCE in the SW Bay of Campeche that could impact our weather later this week. #CBS4
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Licia Camacho
Licia Camacho : NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center    
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Bill Miller
Bill Miller : Timeline Photos     A line of showers moving into the north Brevard and Volusia coasts this morning is associated with a weak frontal boundary currently draped across the region. These showers will affect the Volusia coast through early afternoon before the front lifts north, with otherwise partly cloudy skies for the remainder of the region.

The front will move back through on Tuesday before stalling out across South Florida on Wednesday. Rain and storm chances through mid week will mainly be confined to the Treasure Coast and around Lake Okeechobee as the frontal boundary taps into deep tropical moisture associated with a developing tropical disturbance in the Bay of Campeche.    

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