With high pressure in control over Florida and some dry air aloft we can expect another hot day Wednesday. The heat index will approach 100 once again.
High pressure building back over N. Florida we can expect a few afternoon and evening storms throughout the work week.
The circulation around Florence will bring winds out of the W-NW through the Suncoast. This will bring the harmful impacts of red tide to area beaches.
With Florence spinning well to our north and dry air overhead we can expect to see fewer storms over the next few days.
With an east wind we can expect a chance for the collision of the west coast sea breeze to be the focus of storms developing once again Thursday afternoon.
SARASOTA, FL (WWSB) - The W. coast sea breeze and E. have collided and is generating a tremendous amount of dangerous lightning, heavy rain an…
With a light wind out of the NE at 5-10 during the a.m. hours we can expect a better chance for scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms on Wednesday.
The latest Global Forecasting System or GFS forecast model on Monday has Florence spinning along the N. Carolina coast for over 5 days.
High pressure will slowly move northward on Tuesday. This will allow for light winds most of the day. We will see only a few scattered storms in the late morning and early afternoon near the coast and then the main focus will be moving inland as the sea breeze develops.
Well here we go again. Looks like we are going to return to a more westerly wind on Sunday. This will change the timing of the storms and will favor stronger storms inland pushing toward the E. coast late in the day.