The windy pattern will persist for a few more days.
High pressure sitting along the East Coast will continue to push wind our way and bring with it a few showers from time to time.
A Wind Advisory is in place
Wind gusts of 20 – 30 mph are possible from the Beaches west to I-95 and US1 in Southern Miami-Dade. These are capable of toppling over small weak trees.
Rough Beach & Boating
The strong winds will make conditions at the beach extremely poor with a threat for rip currents. Swim at guarded beaches only.
The National Hurricane Center is following an area of disturbed weather in the Wester Atlantic. This is what they are saying:
A large area of clouds and rain is sitting several hundred miles East of Bermuda. NHC thinks that as it moves west into the area highlighted orange, it could organize into a Non-Tropical Low pressure system. This means it may look like a regular storm, but instead of a warm center, it will have a cold one. The chances for this happening stand at 30% over the next two days and 60% over five days. If it develops, it will be called “Ana”. Eventually, it will move away into the cold waters of the Northern Atlantic. We’ll keep you posted.