This morning shows a very complex synoptic pattern. The low in the W. Atlantic, there are a number of troughs everywhere; A surface trough across S. Florida, mid-upper level trough across the SE US, big low pressure between FL and Bermuda, high pressure in the gulf and another in E canada.
All this conspires to give us weak westerly, swinging round to easterly winds. This means the seabreeze is to be weak and all depends on timing.
I’m sticking with NOAA and saying that any possible seabreeze storms will move fairly slowly so we should watch for urban flooding. Chance of precipitation is 40%, it’ll get to 85F today.