Plenty of tropical is around and so far we have had a wet Wednesday. The forecast calls for anytime tropical downpours through Thursday. Winds are expected to decrease for the weekend with seasonal rain chances and temperatures returning. Look for a morning coastal shower on the breeze and afternoon isolated inland storms through early next week. For now, have the rain gear on hand just in case.
Tropical Depression Six formed on Tuesday night over the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. As of the 11 am advisory, there are no coastal watches and warnings as the system remains only a concern for the shipping lanes. Winds remain at 35 mph and it is moving west-northwest. It is expected to become Tropical Storm Fiona later today.
Based on the official forecast track from The National Hurricane Center, it will still be located in the Central Atlantic Ocean through next Monday as a potential tropical storm. If anything changes, your Storm Station will keep you covered. Right now, we have plenty of time to watch.
Have a great South Florida and make it a safe one!
Meteorologist, AMS Certified
WSVN Channel 7