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Cloudy weekend ahead

A trough of low pressure continues to remain stationary across the region.  We expect some overnight showers and isolated thunderstorms early Saturday. 
 
The onshore flow coming in from the Gulf of Mexico continues to be firmly in place and will stay so right on through the weekend.  That being said, showers are possible along the coast in the morning, more scattered in the afternoon under a partly to mostly cloudy sky.  Most of the afternoon storms over the weekend will be inland, east of I-75.
 
Saturday's Boating Forecast-
 
Winds: Southwest 15 Knots 
Seas & Rivers: 2-3 Feet
Bay & Inland Waters: Moderate Chop
Water Temperature: 86*
 
TRACKING THE TROPICS-
 
A weak and elongated area of low pressure remains a few hundred miles west/southwest of the Cape Verde Islands.  It is producing weak and unorganized showers and thunderstorms.  It it moving westward at about 10 miles per hour.  This system is going to be encountering unfavorable environmental conditions as it moves across the Atlantic Ocean and has only a 10% chance of developing. 

 

 

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