The Fall season may have officially started this morning, 10:21am to be exact, but the taste of summer won’t leave South Florida over the next few days.
As the sea breeze develops with the heating of the day, we will see the storm clouds rolling in by the afternoon/evening hours. Scattered to numerous storms will favor the inland areas with the activity dying down after our sunset (7:16pm). This summertime trend will stick around through the start of next week.
Tropical Depression Karl is still churning in the Atlantic far from South Florida. Forecast models suggest Karl will strengthen by the start of the weekend.
A Tropical Storm Warning is in place for Bermuda as the center of Karl is expected to pass near or to the east of the island Friday night and Saturday. Tropical storm force winds are possible for Bermuda on Friday night with rainfall (1-3″) expected Saturday through early Sunday.
Tropical Storm Lisa is still over the Eastern Atlantic, about 600 miles to the WNW of the Cabo Verde Islands.
The forecast track shows this storm becoming a tropical depression by the weekend as it veers north over the open Atlantic waters as a threat to shipping lanes.
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