Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
We have started a new week with more clouds around and some showers. The Florida Keys have been dealing with isolated storms and gusty winds. This added moisture we have been experiencing since Sunday night is due to an old front that is slowly fading over Central Florida. It looks like by Tuesday, the moisture levels will thin out as high pressure helps to draw in a batch of drier air from the Western Atlantic Ocean. The air will not be totally dry, but look only for a slight chance of rain in the forecast.
Tropics: Tracking one and watching another...
1) Fernand has weakened to a depression as of the 11am advisory from The National Hurricane Center. It will most likely completely degenerate by tonight. Flash flooding and mud slides will be the main concern in the next 48 hours over the region.
2) Vigorous wave that came off the coast of Africa has a low chance to develop in the next two days. However, in five days it has medium chance to develop. Most of the reliable computer models suggest this could be the next system of the season, but we have plenty of time to watch it.
Have a wonderful day!
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