Hot ..Humid ..With Showers
Typical Summer-time pattern in full swing for our local forecast. We will be hot and humid with a chance of afternoon sea breeze storms. Highs are forecasted in the lower 90's with "feels like" temperatures well into the triple digits. Not everyone will see showers in the forecast since there is a pocket of dry air showing on the water vapor map to continue to move into South Florida. This dry air in the mid to upper levels of the atmosphere will inhibit any widespread shower activity from developing. You might want to grab your umbrella's just incase you get stuck under one of those showers if your headed to the polls to vote.
The only thing that could increase our rain chances is a tropical wave over the Caribbean. This wave should stay south of us and keep the bulk of the moisture over the Caribbean sea. The National Hurricane Center is watching this area since it is the remnant moisture of Tropical Depression 7 for re-development.They are giving this wave a 20% chance of re-development in the next 48 hours.
There is one more area in the tropics the National Hurricane Center is watching. It is an area of low pressure located 1050 miles southeast of Bermuda. Environmental conditions are forecasted to become favorable for development over the next couple of days. This low has a 30% chance of tropical cyclone development in the next 48 hours. Regardless of development the models show this system WILL NOT be a threat for land.
Have a great day!
WSVN Morning Meteorologist