Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
On Wednesday our typical pattern took place with seasonal temperatures and sea breeze storms. This pattern will be in place through the weekend. In fact, no major changes will take place until early next week.
By Monday, the area of high pressure responsible for our somewhat quiet pattern will weaken. This means our air flow will swing around out of the Southwest to draw up tropical moisture. If the long range models continue to show this pattern, we will need to bump up the rain chances accordingly. Until then, we are looking at early coastal showers and afternoon inland storms with lows near 80 and highs in the low 90s.
1) A tropical wave (associated with the remnants of Tropical Depression Seven) is located over Guatemala, Belize and the Yucatan peninsula is producing a lot of heavy rain to the region. The threat for land and mudslides will be possible through Thursday.
2) A well-defined area of low pressure in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean is now Tropical Depression Eight. The system could become Gordon by Thursday before some strong upper-level winds absorb it and take it quickly to the Northern Atlantic waters.
Have a wonderful evening South Florida and make it a safe one!
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