Some areas are dry this afternoon while scattered storms continue to bubble up and linger late.
More scattered storms are bubbling up this evening and will continue through part of tonight.
There's potential for some of the storms to pack wind gusts in excess of 40 mph in addition to the heavy rain and lightning. Small hail can't be ruled out.
Rainfall in slow moving stronger storms could see rainfall accumulations ranging from 1-3 inches in an hour to an hour and a half. Repeated rounds of heavy rainfall could lead to flooding of roads and ponding of water on the roadways for the commute home.
Most of the rain begins to clear out by 10 p.m., but there will be rain left in Brevard especially along the coast possibly beyond midnight.
Overnight lows will settle in the upper 60s to low 70s under mainly cloudy skies.
A few coastal showers are possible early tomorrow before picking up by the afternoon into the early evening. Highs will stay right around the low-to-mid 80s.
Rain chances linger into the weekend, but the overall coverage will be down some.