Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
We still have a stretched out low pressure area over the Florida Straits contributing to times of showers and it looks like it will linger through Sunday. In fact, look for more clouds and a decent chance of seeing showers and isolated storms. High temperatures will range in the upper 80s indicating there will be periods of sun... so don't look for Sunday to be terribly bad in the weather department.
As for the upcoming week, the stretched out low pressure moves away into the Gulf of Mexico. However, models continue to indicate that passing showers will be in the forecast everyday.
1) Hurricane Nadine is a little stronger with sustained winds at 80mph and it is sharply moving East at 17mph. The intensity forecast keeps it as a category one hurricane through Wednesday of the upcoming week and then weakening into a tropical storm as it moves through the Azores.
2) A broad area of low pressure is producing disorganized showers and storms located 450 miles East of the Windward Islands. This one has a low chance to develop and most of the model runs have it moving into the Caribbean Sea. However, it will have to overcome an area of high wind shear that will keep it check.
Have a wonderful evening South Florida and make it a safe one!
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