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Wet Wednesday

Continuing with the westerly flow, showers and thunderstorms continue to develop and move from east to west.  A cold front making its way down the peninsula will deepen the moisture,  and it  looks like some of this rain could stick around overnight in the form of a few stray showers here and there.
 
This weather pattern looks as though it will stick around through Thursday before we get back to mainly afternoon showers and thunderstorms on Friday.  This weekend, a trough of low pressure may enhance our thunderstorm activity both Saturday and Sunday.  This trough is not related to any tropical developments.
 

 

 
Tracking the Tropics-
 
Invest 93L is not yet a depression.  It is located 1600 miles east/southeast of the southern Windward Islands.  May become a tropical depression later today or tomorrow as thunderstorm activity associated with this system is showing signs of organization and becoming better defined. Very warm ocean water and not too much wind shear are in the systems future as it continues to move toward the west/northwest at 10-15 miles per hour.
 
 

 

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