Clouds Take Over This Weekend

25 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Few more rain chances.

An area of low pressure off the northeast coast of Florida, and a mid/upper level low over the panhandle were responsible for bringing in thick cloud cover across our area Thursday morning. Dry air over the Gulf of Mexico was wrapped into this stretched out low, and combined with the clouds, kept the atmosphere stable enough to hold rain at bay for most of the day. Mostly sunny skies should return for Wednesday and Thursday, but forecast models are calling for showers next weekend to go along with more clouds and cooler high temperatures. Scattered showers and storms may develop east of I-95 in Brevard and Volusia County overnight, while the rest of us will see a partly to mostly cloudy sky, with lows in the upper 60s in Marion County, and lower 70s elsewhere.

Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico: Tropical Storm Ida became Tropical Depression Ida and 1,195 miles east of the norther Leeward Islands. Let us watch the weather radar for you. “Like” us on Facebook or follow #TCWeather on Twitter for posts giving you a heads up on weather worth noting.

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