This morning we have a stationary front in the region. It has briefly stalled out, but it is expected to drift a bit more north this afternoon.
This will create some scattered showers today. The chance for rain is about 40%. At least we will cool down some. High temps will be in the upper 70s to near 80. Keep in mind that the humidity will still be moderate today. We’ll see similar weather tomorrow as the front stalls out to our south. Then it will lift north as a warm front on Tuesday. We’ll have a few showers and storms. We’ll have less rain on Wednesday and more sunshine. The problem is that it will be hot and humid. Highs will be in the upper 80s, but the heat index will be in the 90s. We’ll cool down on Thursday, but the rain and clouds will increase. At this time it looks like the real Fall weather will move in by next weekend.
Things are busy again in the tropics.
There is a tropical disturbance that is east of Bermuda. It will most likely become a system over the next couple of days. Tropical depression 11 just formed the other day, and it is already falling apart. Then there is tropical storm Kirk which is over towards Africa. It is moving quickly west. It is forecast to move pretty much due west. It will impact the Lesser Antilles by next Friday if it holds together. It is forecast to strengthen a little, but it is not forecast to become a hurricane.
Stay tuned for updates.
Meteorologist: Jeremy Wheeler