Slow Warm Up
Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
A slow warm up is in store for the weekend. High pressure is weakening and slipping East off the Carolina coast into the Western Atlantic Ocean. This will shift the wind out of the Northeast and signal the slow warm up. However, anytime we have ocean type air we always tend to see a few sprinkles and passing clouds along the coast. Rain chances will be low heading into Veterans Day Sunday with a slight chance in the forecast. Overall, we are looking at mostly dry conditions, lots of sunshine and a strong breeze from the Northeast. Beach goers and boaters will have to be cautious out on the waters since seas will be on the rough side of things.
By Tuesday of next week, we will be following another cold front. Most computer models are not in agreement as to if the front will make or bring cold air. What we do know is that there will be a better chance of rain beginning Tuesday night.
Tropical Update: The National Hurricane Center is following an area of clouds and rain 800 miles West-Northwest of the Cape Verde Islands. Development if any should be slow to occur. It has a low potential to do so in the next few days.
Have a wonderful weekend South Florida and make it a safe one!
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