Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
*Coastal flooding and beach erosion still possible today along the coast of South Florida beaches. We might be looking at the same scenario tomorrow when we will be under a full moon phase (the gravitational pull from the moon and Earth helps create higher than normal tides and with high water levels in place continued concerns along the coast will be possible).*
We have a weak area of high pressure in place with comfy weather on this Tuesday. This area of high pressure is providing for a light ocean breeze. Any time we have ocean type air in place we can't rule out seeing a spotty sprinkle or shower from time to time, which is why I am leaving a slight chance in the forecast. However, it should stay mostly dry for the majority of the week.
By Wednesday night, a weak front moves through dry and another area of high pressure will be building in around the Southeast United States. This one will provide for the breeze to pickup out of the Northeast and range between 15-20mph creating swells along South Beaches. Therefore, conditions for beach goers and boaters will not be ideal for the second half of the week.
Some of the computer are indicating that the front that will cross through Wednesday night may stall and be the cause for some additional showers through the weekend. For now, rain chances are at a 10%.
Have a wonderful Tuesday South Florida and make it a safe one!
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