Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
South Florida we could be in for a wet weekend... We have a tropical wave over us and the air is unsettled. This means we could see periods of on and off again rain (if the moisture holds with the wave). By Monday, high pressure will take control by building into the Southeast United States to provide for drier conditions. Our typical summer pattern will be around with hazy sunshine and afternoon inland isolated showers and storms forming.
Tropical Update: Two features out there.
1) As of 11am, Tropical Depression Seven becomes an open wave. Hurricane hunters were out this morning and flying all over the system and couldn't find a well-defined center of circulation. The wave (remnants of T.D. #7) will be monitored for potential regeneration. Otherwise, The National Hurricane Center has issued their last advisory. The tropical storm watch for the Windward Islands has been discontinued as well. Overall, squally weather will still be likely across portions of the Lesser Antilles later today and tonight.
2) Broad area of low pressure located over 200 miles Northwest of the Cape Verde Islands has a low chance to develop. The best news of all... Models show it will curve into the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and not bother anyone.
Have a wonderful weekend South Florida and make it a safe one!
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