Under a partially cloudy sky, the maximum temperature reaches the minimum temperature of the 90’s.
Our Scorcher Scale will return to the Attention category on Monday. Due to the sufficient amount of humidity throughout the region, it is expected that there will be some places where it feels like three-digit temperatures are occurring during peak heating.
After lunch, there will be scattered thunderstorms. They initially develop inland and begin to concentrate along the coastline in late afternoons and evenings.
This rain pattern lasts all week.
Currently, there are three obstacles that we are actively tracking in the Atlantic Ocean.
In one area of the Gulf of Mexico with bad weather, it is less likely to form in the next 5 days (20%). This could remain fairly weak if organized into a named storm. Anyway, it doesn’t pose a threat to Florida.
The Japan Meteorological Agency is tracking two tropical waves on the Mid-Atlantic coast. It is unlikely to form in the next 5 days (20%). It is premature to speculate whether this system will affect the continental United States. In addition, there is turmoil in the West, which is likely to be developed (90%) within the next five days.
There is growing confidence that this system will not affect Florida. Meteorological models continue to agree that the system may track the Caribbean Sea this week and maintain it well south of the US Gulf.
Hot and humid weather precedes the end of Monday’s storm
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