Monday, August 26, 2013

August 26, 2013 at 01:42PM update: Florida weather alerts Monday by safety-expert

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Today, high-pressure rests to the north maintaining a light east-southeast wind flow across Central Florida. Anticipate partially to mostly gloomy heavens with scattered baths and storms through the afternoon. A few storms may become solid national. Normal highs may reach top of the 80s to lower 90s.

Today, storms may force northwest. Ongoing clouds and an isolated coastal bath are expected over night.

Tomorrow, still another standard summer evening is on-tap. Ample dampness allows scattered mid-day convection with all the inland-moving sea breeze. Highs may attain the top of 80s to lower 90s.

The National Hurricane Center is watching an area of ‘unorganized cloudiness’ over the northeastern Gulf — off the Florida coast — but forecasters say there’s a ‘low’ chance of it creating into a tropical storm or hurricane during the next five days, so please follow weather alerts.


As for the tropics, the Atlantic Basin stays relatively silent. A trough of low pressure close to the Florida Panhandle is moving west toward Mexico. Substantial growth is highly impossible currently.

A minor upsurge in energy aloft on Sunday you could end up slightly greater coverage of stronger storms. Conditions may stay seasonable, with altitudes in the upper 80s to reduce 90s.

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