Arrived on Friday in southwestern Florida.
In many places, highs rarely reach lows in the 90’s.
Before lunch, some isolated coastal storms can occur. In the late afternoon and evening, expect a shower in the coastal county before moving inland.
Cold fronts will reduce humidity by the beginning of next week.
The possibility of isolated rain begins as early as Sunday, before it reaches zero by Monday.
A hurricane sum has occurred in the Atlantic Ocean.
Sam is expected to be a strong Category 4 hurricane this weekend.
Our latest model guidance suggests that this is likely to return to the ocean before reaching the United States. However, this will pay attention to additional changes in the forecast.
In the Atlantic, there are also three turmoil we are monitoring.
The only obstacle that could affect southwestern Florida is still more than 3,000 miles away and has not yet emerged from the African coastline. In this area of bad weather, there is a moderate (40%) chance of formation over the next 5 days.
The next name on the 2021 Storm Naming List is Teresa.
Hurricane Sam predicts to reach Category 4, and weather patterns in drier areas will begin this weekend
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