Florida Braced for Possible First Tropical Storm of the Season

Florida Braced for Possible First Tropical Storm of the Season

Florida Braced for Possible First Tropical Storm of the Season

Invest 90L "could acquire some subtropical or tropical characteristics while it moves slowly northward across the eastern Gulf of Mexico during the next few days".

After a soggy Sunday, the rain continued Monday morning to fall across much of South Florida. However, if the low pressure eventually transitions onto land, the threat of tropical development will end as it runs out of water.

It's a quiet start so far on radar but we don't have to look too far to find rain showers passing over the Florida Peninsula to our southeast. However, the weather forecast for Tropical Storm Alberto forming over the next five days is considered medium at 40 percent.

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Occasional rain and embedded thunderstorms will occur area-wide as the new workweek begins. South Florida was 1 to 3 inches below average, and parts of North Florida were as much as 5 inches below average for the month. Rain may be heavy at times. Since this isn't going to be a strong system it will benefit us since we are in need of some rain. We'll also have hazardous marine conditions and a high risk of rip currents. The next update is set for 11 a.m. Monday.

If the low forms as predicted by models, the system could meander offshore for a few days. In fact, the National Weather Service is investigating weather storm damage early Monday morning near West Palm Beach, FL was caused by a tornado.

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