Sun, Sun, Sun
Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
We started of the work week with overcast skies and lots of rain, not the case this Friday. In fact, it is day number three and the sun, sun, sun is out in full force. It has been mainly dry and it looks like it will remain this way through Saturday.
All I want to say... is thank you, thank you high pressure for helping to build in from the Western Atlantic Ocean and nudging drier air to South Florida. Day number three with lots of sun and more to come this weekend... Look for quick moving sprinkles along a strong ocean breeze through Saturday and maybe an inland storm forming well out West due to the sea breeze collisions. Temperatures will be running slightly above average for this time of year in the afternoon...
By Sunday, our weather changes just a tad. A weak front currently over the center part of the U.S. will swing over to North-Central Florida. I will call it a fading front because this one will not bring us a noticeable temperature difference. It will just bring more showers on Sunday. On Columbus Day, a drier airmass builds in from the North and it will be nice and quiet before it turns really breezy on Wednesday.
Tropics Update: Oscar is out and no longer being tracked by The National Hurricane Center. The last advisory was written at 11am.
Have a wonderful weekend and make it a safe one!
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