Low pressure developed over the Atlantic, east of Central Florida, on Saturday.This low kept clouds and numerous showers around for the start of the weekend. With the overcast skies, temperatures only warmed into the middle-to-low 80s. Low pressure will move quickly to the northeast early Sunday, but a weak stationary front will remain over Florida. Rain chances will drop for the end of the weekend, but there’s still a possibility for afternoon showers and storms.
Mostly cloudy skies are in the forecast through the overnight hours. Temperatures will be unseasonably cool, dropping into the low 70s for our southern counties and even into the upper 60s for our northern areas.
More sunshine will return for the last full day of summer. With the added heat from the sun and still some moisture around from the stationary front, scattered showers and storms will be possible through the afternoon. High temperatures will climb closer to the average in the middle-to-upper 80s. With the low moving away, ocean conditions will improve slightly, but a moderate rip current risk remains. Fall officially begins at 10:29 p.m. on Monday. Another front will approach early next work week and the chance for rain will pick back up to 50-60 percent through mid-week.
In the tropics, Invest 95 still remains in the eastern Atlantic. This tropical wave is moving west, approaching the Cape Verde Islands, and has a small chance for tropical development over the next few days. Aside from Invest 95, the rest of the tropics are quiet.
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