Sunny Days Ahead
Posted by Phil Ferro
It was a rather wet start to our work week with heavy rainfall at times all due to lingering moisture in the atmosphere as well as inland moving sea breeze. As the day has progressed, most of the heavy rain has pushed north of Palm Beach county, but possible showers are still expected through out the night. The frontal boundary we have been speaking about for the last few days will gradually wash out as it makes its way to our region on Tuesday. This will
allow for deep tropical moisture to move south giving way to drier air from the north to build in by Wednesday. Expect to see mostly sunny skies and breezy conditions beginning Thursday as high pressure builds around our area.
There are two areas of low pressure currently being tracked in the tropics:
The first is a sharp low pressure trough near the central Bahamas that continues to produce disorganized showers and thunderstorms.
The second is a broad area of low pressure and tropical wave located in the Lesser Antilles producing showers and thunderstorms in the tropical Atlantic.
Right now, both of these systems have a low chance of any further development.