Fathers' Day Weekend
Posted by Phil Ferro
The week ended with severe weather for S. Florida. We may see a few storms on Saturday due to warm temperatures that may produce sea breeze collisions in the afternoon.
In and around the areas of Kentucky and Tennessee, there is a system of high pressure that can be seen in the water vapor imagery making its way down to Florida by the end of the weekend. This dry air will push a surface low pressure system, located near the panhandle, away from us in a southwesterly direction.
On Fathers' Day, a northeasterly wind will bring in breezy conditions and a better chance for some sunshine. There might be a possibility for an isolated shower or storm in the afternoon. Have a great Fathers' Day! I know I will!