Fall Florida Style
Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
The first taste of fall South Florida style is around the corner! We have a "very" weak front over Central Florida and it should fall apart some time on Wednesday over us. Late in the day an area of high pressure will quickly build in to bring in a refreshing breeze from the Northeast. This same breeze is just going to tap into drier less humid air. A total nice change for us. In fact, temperatures will probably reach the middle 80s each afternoon as round up the work week. As far as rain is concerned, look for a spotty shower here and there. It doesn't look like we will have to worry about rain for a few days.
1) A weak area of low pressure located a couple hundred miles East-Northeast of the Northwestern Bahamas continues to produce disorganized showers and storms. Development is doubtful as it is encountering some strong shear. The National Hurricane Center is giving it a low chance to develop as it move slowly Northeast.
2) A tropical wave located less than 900 miles East of the Windward Islands is producing a large area of showers and storms. Conditions are only marginally favorable for it develop as it moves West-Northwest at 15-20mph. It also has a low chance for development.
Have a wonderful weekend South Florida and make it a safe one!
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