Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
A weak stretched out low in the Gulf of Mexico continues to draw in clouds and some passing light to moderate showers across South Florida. We will see more of the same for Monday. Look for coastal showers early morning and isolated inland storms in the afternoon.
By Tuesday, an area of low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico will merge with a front by Louisiana. This front will enter North Florida and our steering winds will change out of the Southwest bringing in additional tropical moisture. Therefore, as the front washes out over Central Florida Wednesday a good chance of rain will be in the forecast.
1) Nadine weakens to a tropical storm expected to move through the Azores between Thursday and Friday. By then it could be downgraded to a tropical depression.
2) Broad area of low pressure located 300 miles East of the Lesser Antilles is producing minimal shower and thunderstorm activity. This one has a low chance to develop as it moves through the Caribbean where there is an area of high wind shear. On Sunday it has been bringing squally weather to the Lesser Antilles.
3) A weak surface low pressure is located in the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico producing disorganized showers and thunderstorms. The National Hurricane Center is giving it a low chance to develop before it merges with a front on Tuesday. This one together with the front will bring a lot of rain to the Gulf coast states.
Have a wonderful work week South Florida and make it a safe one!
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