High Pressure Builds
Posted by Phil Ferro
South Florida welcomed the fall season this past weekend with very soggy weather due to a nearby tropical wave that was located to our west as well as deep tropical moisture that continues to slowly make its way here. For the past few days, we have been under the influence of a front that has stalled over our area and doesn't seem to be going anywhere just yet.There is still a possibility for Isolated showers and thunderstorms due to the area of moisture still present over South Florida. However, moisture levels are expected to drop as the frontal boundary fizzles out by Wednesday and high pressure to our north moves in on Thursday.
In the tropics we continue to track tropical storm Nadine which continues moving towards the west at about 7 mph with maximum sustained winds near 50 mph. There are no watches or warning associated with this storm as it continues to move over open waters.