Low rain chance for now
Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
Dad's day weekend was nice if you had outdoor activities planned and the start of the week is just the same. A low rain chance is expected on this Monday. We have a strong area of high pressure in control and if we see any showers or storms they will form well inland due to an East-Southeast breeze. However, seasonal chances are expected from Tuesday through Thursday. Originally the thinking was that we were going to tap into some tropical moisture associated with a disturbance (tropical wave) in the Northwestern Caribbean Sea, but it seems like the majority of it will be suppressed to the South. We will be monitoring moisture levels carefully. For now, only a 30-40% chance of rain is expected through Thursday.
Tropical Update: An area of disturbed weather associated with a tropical wave in the Northwestern Caribbean Sea is showing signs of organization. It has a small window of opportunity to develop before it moves inland later today between Belize or the Yucatan peninsula producing rounds of heavy rain along with gusty winds. It will have a second chance at life once it emerges into the Bay of Campeche some time on Tuesday or Wednesday before moving inland once again over parts of Central America.
Have a wonderful Monday South Florida and make it a safe one!
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