Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
This weekend South Florida will be almost hot. We have a blocking area of high pressure in place and weak front stalled over North Florida with an area of low pressure. Our steamy air today will be mainly out of the Southwest and this will allow for the high temperatures to reach the middle to upper 80s. As for rain chances, they should remain low, but we can't rule out seeing the occasional spotty sprinkle or shower considering it's going to hot.
The area of low pressure and stalled front will continue to pump a lot of moisture over the Panhandle of Florida through the middle Atlantic states today. It should begin to travel to the Northeast on Sunday due to the jet stream pushing it their way. Computer models are showing that about six to twelve inches of snow may be possible around areas of Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts in the next 48 hours. Strong gusty winds and thunderstorms likely as well.
Aren't we glad to live here in South Florida? Enjoy the Winter warmth and make it a great weekend everyone!
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