Fun in the Weekend Sun
Posted by Karlene Chavis
Sun and Showers
Dry air is still lingering over South Florida. We will see plenty of sunshine on Saturday. But, there is an area of low pressure tracking to the east of us. As moisture wraps around this system, moisture could move in throughout the day with the sea breeze. Therefore, we cannot rule out a chance of isolated showers and afternoon inland thunderstorms.
By Sunday, more dry air will flow into South Florida. We will see mostly sunny skies with possible sprinkles from Broward Co. to the Keys.
Watching Two in the Tropics
A small area of low pressure is becoming more well-defined. This feature is located 800 miles east-northeast of the Leeward Islands. It has a medium chance of developing into a tropical cyclone. This system is expected to spin in the open waters as a threat for the shipping lanes.
Further down the road... a broad area of low pressure is favorable to form over the southwestern Caribbean Sea. This system is expected to track towards the southeastern Gulf of Mexico. This system has a low chance of developing into a tropical cyclone over the next 3-5 days.