NHC will initiate advisories on TS Beryl starting at 1pm. Here is the special statement:
Special Tropical Weather Outlook
NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL
1215 PM EDT Sat Jul 14 2018
For the North Atlantic…Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico:
Special Outlook to again update the discussion on the remnants of
Recent satellite wind data indicates that the low pressure area
associated with the remnants of Beryl has a well-defined circulation
and gale-force winds east of the center. Based on this and
persistent convection near the center, a special advisory upgrading
the system to a subtropical storm will be issued by 1 PM EDT…
* Formation chance through 48 hours…high…near 100 percent.
* Formation chance through 5 days…high…near 100 percent.
Half of 2018 is now over as we turn the page to July. Very warm and humid morning in Pompano Beach with a 9am temp of 85F. A note from yesterday, our high was 89F which was our first sub-90F high in over a week.
Some drier air has worked into the area this will keep rain coverage down today but will not eliminate the chance of showers and thunderstorms. Latest HRRR shows some activity developing late morning then moving off to the west.
Winds will be from the southeast today which should keep our temps just under 90F. The GFS is showing highs into the 90s and the Euro in the mid-80s so let’s like again at the HRRR which I think has a better solution for the highs today.
Do not hesitate to get outside today but drink lots of water! If heading to the beach be aware of lots of seaweed, here is what the shoreline looked like this morning.
I could even see the seaweed bobbing in the nearshore water as well. That is the “rough” texture you can see on the ocean’s surface in the pictures.
Enjoy the day!
A warm 82F at 5am in Pompano Beach as we begin this weekend.
Most other locations are in the upper 70S across SE Florida with dew points not far behind. Moisture is in place for the same type of weather we have been having, so expect the round of afternoon showers and thunderstorms as we get into the mid afternoon to late afternoon hours. HRRR depicts this very well.
Looking at tomorrow and beyond, shower coverage appears to be a bit less tomorrow through Tuesday then back to what we have been seeing for the later part of the week. I will update the Fourth of July forecast tomorrow. As you can see with the NWS forecasted highs and lows summer is here.
Enjoy your day!
We are certainly in our summertime pattern. Temp in the 7am hour is 81F with a dewpoint of 75F with nearly no wind.
Like previous days we will see our high at 91F with showers and thunderstorms developing early to mid afternoon. The change today is they will not be as plentiful along the east coast and the activity will move off to the west. Latest HRRR shows this very well.
No severe weather expected but heavier showers could cause ponding on roadways and waterspouts are possible over the local waters.
Tropics are quite and no concerns there for us over the next five days.
Get out and enjoy Florida summertime (with plenty of water – it is hot out there already). Here is how Pompano Beach looked earlier this morning.
Good morning and it appears we are on the brink of some slightly drier weather ahead for the weekend and into early next week. High pressure over the Bahamas will move west. This will not eliminate showers/thunderstorms but the coverage will be less and focus more towards the center of the state. The latest HRRR shows showers not as widespread late afternoon today.
Today’s high will be 89F with our weather threats being lightning associated with the any of the storms that form and a waterspout cannot be ruled out for coastal shower activity.
The Euro rainfall forecast for the weekend shows accusations under .5 inches for most of the area.
NWS highs and lows for the days ahead do not change much day-to-day.
Enjoy the day, get outside and enjoy it.
Subtropical Storm Alberto has entered the Gulf of Mexico, currently with max winds of 40mph. We have had gusts exceeding that this morning, most recently at a mesonet station two miles west of Lighthouse Point at 443am of 46mph.
Currently in Pompano 77F with light rain, winds are from the SE at 25mph with gusts to 31mph. Here is the radar where you can see the heaviest rain is off shore.
As Alberto begins to move towards the NNW later today we will need to watch the rain bands and see if they move closer to the coast, this could increase of rainfall totals and that is why we have the Flood Watch in effect. Latest rainfall total forecast from NWS Miami.
Latest satellite image showing Alberto and its proximity to SE Florida
We are under no tropical watches or warnings and I would not expect any to be issued though we could see a wind advisory later today if the winds were to pick up. Latest advisory on Alberto with forecast .
So, not the best outdoors day. Marine conditions will be rough. Do not drive through flooded roadways and if you are out today please allow extra time. More later.
Some pictures from Pompano Beach this morning. Enjoy the day!