Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
We have a weak front stalled over North Florida and an upper low high up in the sky over the Gulf of Mexico helping to trap and draw in deep tropical over South Florida. Most of the computer models agree that anytime downpours are likely through Wednesday. By Thursday, the moisture levels should start to thin out and only a chance of showers will be in the forecast through the weekend.
Ingrid madefall near La Pesca in Mexico Monday morning weakening into a tropical storm. Plenty of heavy rain and gusty winds being experienced in the region. In fact, 10-15 inches of rain and isolated amounts up to 25 inches likely in the next few days. As if it wasn't enough for Mexico, the remnants of Manuel that made landfall over the weekend from the Pacific Ocean also bringing tons of rain. The potential for flash floods and mud slides is high for Mexico as they are surrounded by rain.
We have a disturbance in the Northwestern Caribbean Sea with a low chance to develop as it slowly moves West into the Yucatan in the next few days.
Post-tropical cyclone Humberto is trying to make a comeback. The National Hurricane Center is giving it a high chance to regenerate in the next 3 to 5 days. Right now it is located over 1000 miles Southwest of the Azores. Most of the models suggest this one will not be a threat to land.
Have a wonderful day South Florida and stay dry!
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