Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
A front stalls over North-Central Florida loosing steam. This front at this point in the year does not have enough legs to make it to South Florida and bring a noticeable temperature change. Fronts just don't have the upper-level support (push by the jet stream) to move through. However, give it another month once Fall is in full swing and things will change for South Florida.
What we can expect with this diffuse front over North-Central Florida is warm winds out of the Southwest and times of clouds. Those clouds will occasionally produce some rain and isolated thunderstorms. As long as this front sticks around, we will have a good chance of showers everyday until at Saturday.
By Sunday, an area of high pressure should reinforce itself over the Southeast United States to draw in drier air. This drier air doesn't mean it will be totally dry, but the chance of seeing sea breeze driven showers and storms out West will be there due to an East breeze that will be in place. Therefore, look for a bright sun and a refreshing ocean breeze if your plans take you out to the beach or have you boating on the first official weekend of Fall.
1) Tropical Storm Nadine is located about 165 miles South-Southwest of the island of Flores in the Azores. It remains nearly stationary.
2) An area of disturbed weather producing disorganized showers and thunderstorms over the Central Atlantic is being given a low chance to develop. It is located about 850 miles East of Bermuda and moving West at 10mph.
Have a wonderful evening South Florida and make it a safe one!
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