Tuesday features lots of clouds, windy conditions, and periods of showers and storms. The flood watch remains in effect through Wednesday evening. A high risk of dangerous rip currents is in place at the Atlantic beaches through Friday evening and at the Gulf beaches through Thursday evening. Highs on Tuesday will be in the mid-80s.
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Wednesday will bring a mix of sun and clouds, a strong breeze, and periods of showers and storms. Localized flooding is possible with additional rain. Wednesday’s highs will be in the mid-80s.
Thursday will be another day of sun, clouds, showers, and storms, all on a strong and gusty breeze. Thursday’s highs will be in the mid-80s.
Friday will feature lots of sun, a few clouds, and some showers and storms moving through on a brisk breeze. Friday’s highs will be in the mid-80s.
Saturday’s forecast calls for sunny skies. Highs on Saturday will be in the mid-80s again.
Tropical Storm Eta is stalled out near the Yucatan Channel but is expected to begin to move northward. At 4 am, Eta was located near 22.9 North, 85.5 West, about 80 miles north-northwest of the western tip of Cuba. Maixmum sustained winds were 50 miles per hour. Unfortunately, additional rainfall from Eta is likely in western Cuba and South Florida for the next day or so. Eta is forecast to strengthen slightly, but its future track is more uncertain than usual. Landfall is likely along the northern Gulf Coast late this weekend.
The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season just won’t quit. We now have Subtropical Storm Theta in the north-central Atlantic. At 4 am, Theta was located near 28.8 North, 38.5 West, about 960 miles southwest of the Azores. Maximum sustained winds were 50 miles per hour, and Theta was moving east at 12 miles per hour. And we also have a wave in the eastern Caribbean that has a medium chance of development as it moves westward during the next 5 days.