The beautiful weather continues into your Monday with highs averaging about 5 degrees above seasonal readings as low 80s are expected this afternoon. Very little rain opportunities are in the forecast this week! Overnight lows will sink into the upper 50s while you sleep. Sweater weather early tomorrow morning with daytime highs warming into the low 80s once again.
The warm-up begins on Wednesday as winds turn more southerly heating us up into the mid 80s. We'll keep the status quo through Friday. Morning temps will also turn milder as the mercury climbs into the low 60s. A few showers (30%) enter into the forecast by Saturday, with dry weather and full sunshine for Sunday.
Tropical Depression 18 has formed in the SW Caribbean, it's currently located about 300 miles SSW of Kingston, Jamaica. Interests in Jamaica, Eastern Cuba, Hispaniola, and the Bahamas need to closely monitor the progress of this system. Right now, it doesn't look like it will enter the Gulf of Mexico. All spaghetti plots have this system trending northward. We're also watching Invest 90L over the Central Atlantic. It currently has a 50% chance of developing further. The good news is it won't be a threat to us as models show it trending away from the U.S. By the way, the next name on the list is Sandy, followed by Tony.
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster