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Forecast: Easterly winds send stormy weather to the coast this afternoon

It’s a dry start to the morning with partly cloudy skies and high humidity at play. With easterly flow in place, showers and storms will develop inland and then track toward the coast. Similar to Sunday, a few strong storms may produce briefly heavy rain, frequent lightning, and gusty conditions.  High humidity will allow highs in the low 90s to feel closer to the triple digits. Overnight lows remain seasonal falling back down into the mid to upper 70s.  Tropical Storm Nicholas is bringing heavy rain to the northwestern Gulf coast while an area of interest near the...

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Tropical Storm Kate forms in the Atlantic

Tropical Storm Kate has formed in the central Atlantic with maximum sustained winds at 45 mph.  Formerly known as Tropical Depression Ten, Kate is forecast to gradually strengthen over the next few days as the system generally moves north over the open Atlantic.  Forecast models are in strong agreement the storm will stay out at sea and not threaten the U.S. mainland.  NEW TROPICAL WAVE NEAR AFRICA Farther out at sea near the coast of Africa, another strong tropical wave has a high chance of developing as it continues to move west. The National Hurricane Center gives the disturbance an 80%...

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Forecast: Scattered afternoon storms with an eye on the tropics

A round of scattered downpours and thunderstorms is on tap for the area this evening as temperatures and conditions remain mild and muggy. After any showers or storms that develop fade away tonight, temperatures will slip down into the middle 70s after midnight. On Friday, seasonable weather can be expected with afternoon highs in the low 90s. Rain chances are highest in the afternoon along and to the west of Intestate 75. While we monitor the local weather forecast we’re also tracking the Caribbean Sea. Tropical Depression 9 developed west-southwest of Jamaica earlier today and...

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Forecast: Staying hot with a few afternoon storms

The above-average summer heat continues today with highs on track to reach the mid-90s and “feels-like” temps in the triple digits. The combination of drier air aloft and a ridge of high pressure will help keep temperatures high and rain chances in the isolated category.  A few storms will still fire up from the mid to late afternoon, but the overall coverage of rain will be around 40%.  Temperatures will be quite toasty again today as highs soar to the mid-90s. Heat index values will range from 103-110 degrees.  Saturday will be very similar with plenty of sun, heat, and...

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Forecast: Hot weather for this week

Higher than normal temperatures continue for the next few days as high pressure settles overhead. High pressure continues to settle over the area, bringing with it some unseasonably dry air in the mid-levels. This dry air won’t translate to lower humidity at the surface, but it will drop rain chances at least through the end of the week. Limited rain coverage will allow temperatures to soar above normal with most areas topping out in the mid 90s. Into next week, a trough could dig through the eastern US, helping to erode away at the aforementioned high. As a result, rain chances...

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Tropical Depression Eight expected to become ‘Henri’ today

Tropical Depression Eight formed near Bermuda late Sunday night, and the storm is on track to strengthen into the 8th named storm of the season later today.  The storm hasn’t gained any strength so far today as it deals with fairly strong upper-level winds, but the National Hurricane Center is forecasting the system to strengthen into Tropical Storm Henri as early as today.  As of Monday morning, the storm is forecast to stay out at sea with no direct impacts to the U.S. mainland.  For the latest on this storm and more count on the NBC 2 Hurricane Tracking Team to keep you updated online...

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Tropical Storm Grace moves towards Lesser Antilles

Tropical Storm Grace continues to quickly move west while trying to remain organized. As of the 11 PM advisory, winds were sustained at 40 MPH as Grace moved WNW at 20 MPH. Over the next few days, Grace is expected to take a very similar track to that of Fred, along the southern periphery of a large ridge of high pressure across the North Atlantic.  This in turn, will steer Grace towards the Greater Antilles where significant uncertainty remains regarding strength and track. A track similar to Fred could spell a similar fate for Grace, ultimately falling apart over the high terrain of Hispanoila...

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SWFL in the cone of concern as Potential Tropical Cyclone 6 forms near the Leeward Islands

A Tropical Storm Warning has been issued in Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, and the eastern Dominican Republic Monday evening as Potential Tropical Cyclone 6 continues moving west-northwest at 16 mph. As of the 11 p.m. Monday advisory from the National Hurricane Center the system is producing maximum sustained winds of 35 mph as it swirls 40 miles east-southeast of Dominica.   Potential Tropical Cyclone is the term used to describe a weather system that is not yet strong or organized enough to be considered a tropical depression or tropical storm. However, in the next two days, it is forecast...

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Forecast: Warm, muggy, & dry tonight

Any showers and storms will wrap up after dark before we repeat the pattern again on Monday. An east wind, thanks to a persistent Bermuda high, will keep showers and storms focused at the coast for the start of the week. Slightly weaker east flow will allow the sea breeze to develop during the afternoon Monday, possibly lending to more storms at the immediate coast. Either way, no sensible changes are expected in the pattern through Thursday. By late week models hint at some drier air working over the state again which may briefly lower rain chances for Friday into next weekend. The...

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Forecast: Very humid with isolated showers

We wrap up the work week with seasonal temperatures and afternoon rain chances. Temperatures will begin in the comfortable mid-70s but the heat and humidity won’t hold back once again. Highs today will soar to the low to mid-90s with feels like temperatures into the triple digits.  The best chance for rain will come into the afternoon and early evening with only isolated showers or storms today. Winds out of the east will allow a few storms to develop inland first, then move toward coastal areas.  Overnight conditions will remain mostly calm and dry with temperatures...

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