A Series of Fronts
Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
Front #1 is located over Central Florida. This one will fade over South Florida on Wednesday.
Front #2 is located over Upper Mid-West. This one will cross through South Florida late Friday.
This fronts should keep South Florida damp at times. It will not be until Front #2, that we will notice a change in the air with a more fall-like feel. Most of the computer models are suggesting that Front #2 although it will bring a 4 to 5 degree drop in temperatures over the weekend, could lift back North as a warm front and keep the chance of seeing isolated showers through Sunday.
Tropical Depression Thirteen forms in the Central Atlantic Ocean. It could become Tropical Storm Lorenzo before dissipating in the middle of the ocean in the next 96 hours.
Have a great start to the week and make it a safe one!
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