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Less rain but more humidity

We are under the influence of high pressure, both at the surface and in the upper levels of the atmosphere. Drier air is moving in, as well, keeping the chance for rain down... way down. 

Another mild morning is on tap with temperatures in the low 70s inland, mid 70s metro to upper 70s at the beaches. A few showers by the coast this morning will be short lived. And we will see some storms develop inland later on in the afternoon on a westerly breeze; however, this activity is much more isolated than what we would typically see this time of the year. All in all, few of us will see any rain Sunday, but it will be very humid. The heat index will reach 100*.

Few showers and storms start out the work week as well. A cold front approaches central Florida for the middle of the week, upping the chance for rain.

Tracking the Tropics
Wind shear as well as the dry, dusty air coming off the west coast of Africa continue to prevent tropical development. However, the National Hurricane Center is watching one wave near W 30* to 35*, southwest of the Cape Verde Islands. Although it is highly disorganized right now, the hurricane forecasters give it a 20% chance of development in the next 5 days once it hits the central Atlantic. 
-Storm Patrol's Liza Fernandez

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