Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
The pesky upper low responsible for the clouds and rain on Wednesday is fading and that means more sunshine and drier air is filtering through. High pressure is starting to strength over the Southeast United States and with it drawing in drier air from the North to the South. Our weather will be pretty quiet the next few days, but look for high temperatures to soar into the 90s each afternoon through Labor Day. Definitely hotter weather will be around. However, even with high pressure building, I am leaving the chance of seeing an isolated shower or storm each afternoon.
Looking into Labor Day, the forecast is calling for a better chance of seeing showers.
- A tropical wave located over Western Africa is moving West at 10-15 mph. The National Hurricane Center is saying the an area of low pressure could form after the wave moves off the coast on Friday. In the next 3-5 days it has a medium chance to develop.
- Shower and thunderstorm activity with a wave about 1000 miles East of the Lesser Antilles remains limited. Development could be slow to occur and the Hurricane Center is giving it a low chance to develop in the next 3-5 days as it moves West about 15mph.
Have a wonderful Thursday and make it a safe one!
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