Dry air sticks around through Wednesday

Tropics remain quiet

Dry air sticks around through Wednesday
Staying dry for a bit (Source: wwsb)

SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) - A bit of a break in our afternoon storms is attributed to an area of low pressure spinning near the Carolina

First Alert Weather - June 15, 2020

coast.

The winds rotating around this low is bringing in mainly N to NE winds which is funneling in much drier air over the Suncoast.

So until Thursday expect mostly sunny skies highs in the low 90′s and less than a 20% chance for a late day storm.

Thursday the low finally moves out and we begin to see a return of moisture with a few scattered afternoon storms coming back into play. The rain chance on Thursday is at 30%. The high on Thursday will be around 90.

Friday expect partly cloudy skies and highs around 90 with a better chance for late day storms. The rain chance is at 40%.

The weekend should be pretty nice with partly cloudy skies with a few late day storms in the mix.

All is quiet in the tropics for now with lots of wind shear and dry air in place over the main development region.

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