Peak Hurricane Season...
Today marks the 2012 Atlantic Peak Hurricane Season. We've had 13 named storms with 1 major hurricane. We are watching 3 areas in the Atlantic.
Tropical Storm Leslie moving away from Bermuda could cause a threat to Newfoundland in the days to come. The National Hurricane Center has issued a Hurricane Watch and Tropical Storm Watch for portions of Newfoundland.
Hurricane Michael is staying over the open waters of the Atlantic and will Not be a threat to land.
And the last area is an area of low pressure which by the afternoon could be our next tropical storm or depression. The NHC is giving this area a 90% chance of tropical cyclone development in the next 48 hours.
The local forecast is under the influence of a very weak frontal boundary located over Central Fl. As this front slowly pushes south this will increase our chance of showers by the afternoon. This unsettled weather pattern will be around till mid-week. By then we will have high pressure build over the area providing for very breezy conditions.
Have a great day!
Wsvn Morning Meteorologist