Saharan Dust & Storms
Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
South Florida Saturday is looking pretty nice... We have high pressure in place with Saharan dust around. This is going to keep hazy skies with a strong ocean breeze. There is only a slight chance of seeing isolated storms well inland.
The real change will take place on Sunday when high pressure weakens and the Saharan dust moves away. As this takes place, deep tropical moisture in the Caribbean will get drawn up and increase our rain chance. Right now it is at 50 percent.
On Monday look for lingering tropical moisture and another batch of Saharan dust to settle in by the middle of the week. That batch of dust along with another building area of high pressure will help keep conditions seasonally hot and quiet.
Tropical Update: All is quiet.
Have a wonderful weekend South Florida and make it a safe one!
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