Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
The forecast the last few days has been spectacular. Mostly sunny and dry sound perfect to me... also low humidity. On this Columbus day, more of the same is expected. We have an area of high pressure in place over the Gulf of Mexico, helping to draw in dry air with a nice breeze out of the North-Northeast. It won't be until Wednesday, when we could see some changes in the forecast.
A weak cold front (not the cooling kind for South Florida) will move through North Florida. This means we will see additional clouds build and some isolated showers. Therefore, a few more clouds with isolated showers will be possible for Wednesday through the end of the week.
For now, if your plans take you out on the waters this Columbus day, we have no boating advisories. There is only the risk of rip currents for swimmers.
Tropics: There is an area of disorganized showers and storms a few hundred miles East of the Lesser Antilles. The National Hurricane Center is giving it a low chance to develop during the next 5 days.
Have a wonderful day and make it a safe one!
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