The Heat Is On....
Expect another hot and humid day. Typical summertime sea breeze storms will be possible later in the day. Highs are forecasted in the lower 90's with "feels like" temperatures into the triple digits.
Lets talk tropics:
The first area is a tropical wave producing plenty of rain over Puerto Rico and Hispaniola. If this wave hold forecast models show this tropical moisture increasing our rain chances as early as Friday. You've heard Chief Meteorologist Phil Ferro and I say "Tropical Waves" are one of the most difficult weather features to forecast as they could strengthen one moment and fall apart the next! Stay tuned.
The other area we are watching as well as the NHC is a weak area of low pressure that has a 20% chance of becoming a tropical cyclone in the next few days.This is a very weak low located 1150 miles W/SW of the Cape Verde Islands.The disorganized showers and storms associate with the weak low will continue to move westward.
Stay tuned to the Storm Station for the latest,
Wsvn Morning Meteorologist