No major changes are in our forecast as the summery feel sticks around South Florida this weekend.
Expect an unsettled pattern of likely showers and storms from inland to the coast each afternoon/evening. The combo of light winds and deep tropical moisture will elevate the risk of street flooding from developing downpours.
This damp forecast will also remain in place for the work week as another surge of deep tropical moisture moves into South Florida.
The center of Tropical Storm Karl will continue to move away from Bermuda on Saturday. A Tropical Storm Warning is still in place for island.
Tropical storm forced winds will continue over Bermuda on Saturday morning. Isolated tornadoes will remain possible on the island as well. 3 to 5 inches of rain are also expected over Bermuda throughout the day with life-threatening surf and rip current conditions.
The forecast cone suggests Karl will become a hurricane on Saturday night.
Additionally, Tropical Depression Lisa is forecast to lose tropical characteristics by Saturday night over the Eastern Atlantic. On the heels of Lisa, an area of interest over the Eastern Atlantic will race towards the Caribbean Sea over the next few days.
The National Hurricane Center is giving this feature a medium chance for development.
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