Very few showers showed up today as drier air moved over the state of Florida. As a result of this drier air, we will only get about a 20%-30% chance of rain through Monday of this upcoming week.
As Tuesday approaches, all eyes need to be on Isaac. This system is just a remnant of Isaac now as it has been downgraded to a low pressure area but it is moving to the West at 16 mph and could re develop as it moves into the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday.
At this time, the models are tracking it to continue to move to the NW but anything can happen between now and then so it is wise to be aware of what Isaac could be doing. If there is any chance of it having an impact on our weather, it will be on Thursday or Friday and our rain chances will go up to 50% -60% on those days.
Boaters can expect winds out of the SW at 10 knots, seas 1-2 feet with an isolated storm.