Posted by Phil Ferro
It was a damp start to our Friday due to the remnants of a front that has stalled out over Lake Okeechobee as well as a large area of showers and isolated thunderstorms that has been making its way to our area from the Bahamas. We may be on the quiet side tonight, however, there is still a possibility of showers and thunderstorms as a result of a notable trough moving in from the Yucatan Peninsula which is expected to bring more moisture through the weekend. Even though we are not expected to have a complete wash out, do not forget your umbrellas at home as we may be welcoming the fall with a high chance of rain.
As for the tropics, Nadine has now been downgraded to a subtropical storm that continues moving south-southeast at approximately 13 mph. The tropical storm warning for The Azores has been discontinued and Nadine is expected to have very little motion as it is caught in light steering currents.
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