Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
The week started off nice and it could end rather wet. For now, we are watching an area of low pressure in the Western Caribbean Sea that has a medium chance to develop in the next few days, as per The National Hurricane Center. Most of the computer models are suggesting that we could tap into some of the tropical moisture from the area of low pressure as it stays to our South. Also, with high pressure over the Southeast United States and low pressure to the South in the Caribbean, our winds will be picking up along the coast. Beach and boating may not be favorable through the end of the week, so use caution.
Area of low pressure in the Western Caribbean Sea has a 50 percent chance to develop in the next 3-5 days. Computer models are in agreement it will move through the Yucatan Peninsula and on Sunday emerge in to the Gulf of Mexico. The Gulf coast states should closely watch the progress of this system.
As for Tropical Storm Jerry, it is stationary in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Sustained winds are at 45mph and if it sticks around surviving hostile conditions, it could be impacting the Azores early next week.
Have a wonderful Tuesday and make it a safe one!
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