Subtropical Storm Andrea was declared earlier this evening after a recon flight found a closed circulation and winds of 40mph. ST Andrea is moving towards the north at 14mph.
Subtropical Storm Andrea will be absorbed by cold front come Wednesday but there is a small window of opportunity for strengthening tomorrow. The system will not pose a threat to Florida.
The official start to the Atlantic Hurricane Season is June 1. There is no direct correlation between an early season storm and the overall activity for a season.
For the balance of the week our weather in Pompano should be mostly dry, with only scattered showers. The chance of rain will actually decrease a touch as we get towards the later part of the week and into the weekend from what I see right now.
A few clouds to our east this morning with a temp of 75° and a dew point of 66°, not really muggy feeling at the moment.
There are some showers off shore moving to the mainland but for the most part these will dissipate as they get close to shore since the moisture in the atmosphere is limited to the lower levels. So I cannot rule out a shower or even a thunderstorm this morning but not expecting anything significant.
This afternoon showers will develop west of us and today’s pattern keeps that activity away from us. High today 85° and we will see about the same tomorrow. The next 36 hours has a narrow temperature range for us. We will not see 95° as we did earlier in the week.
There is no reason not to enjoy the outside but if you are at the beaches be cautious of rip currents, we will see a moderate threat with the easterly breeze today.
Lastly for this morning, there is a tropical wave that the National Hurricane Center is monitoring to our east. Development is not likely this weekend and there is a slight chance of development into next week. At that time this system should pose no threat to us. This serves as a reminder that hurricane season is around the corner.
Enjoy your day!
Happy Mother’s Day and we will have a mixture of weather today. Starting off with 82° and a mostly clear radar with just a couple showers off the Atlantic coast.
We will see some showers and thunderstorms develop out west and slowly move towards the east. Latest HRRR simulate radar shows this activity in the late afternoon to early evening hours.
There will be a threat of lightning this afternoon and the possibility of waterspouts this morning off the coast.
High today will be 91° and will be the first of a few days where we will be at or above 90°.
Enjoy the day!
We are feeling summer approach as this Saturday morning. In Pompano we are at 79° with a dew point of 72° starting off this Saturday.
There are also a few showers offshore that will affect the coastal areas we we go through the morning. North Pompano and Deerfield had one of these a couple of hours ago. Current radar shows this activity.
For this afternoon most of the shower activity will be inland and on the west coast which is the pattern we have seen for the past couple days. High today will be 89°
Tomorrow much of the same but warmer with a high of 91°. As mentioned, not a bad weather weekend for Mother’s Day so no need not to go outside, it it will be warm. Hourly temps for the next 36 hours show we will not cool off much overnight either.
Enjoy the day out there and I will have an update tomorrow morning.
Many indoor and outdoor activities going on today such as SunFest, Ft. Lauderdale Air Show, Free Comic Book Day, and a host of other more local festivities.
Starting the day warm and muggy, 79° currently in Pompano after nearly a half-inch of rain yesterday.
Today we will be warm and there will be some scattered showers and thunderstorms but not expecting the coverage or duration that some of us saw yesterday in the area. Be ready for some rain but far from a wash out. High today will be 88° with sun and clouds. Hour by hour temps today
Any activity that develops today will begin to decrease around sunset and afterwards so this evening should be rather nice.
For Sunday, not expecting much change. Enjoy the day and some of those events going on.
Starting our day with a very comfortable 68° after the cold front passage last night that did not bring much weather with it.
The front is well to our east now and production more activity than it did when it swept through during the evening. I did have a trace of rain last night.
Today is a great day to enjoy the outdoors with a number of activities going on such as the Pompano Beach Seafood Festival as we head to a high of 83°. Not much change tomorrow except a few more clouds and a. Dry slight chance of rain. Hourly temps for the next day and a half look great,
This is likely our last “cool” shot of air we have for the season. These front will have a difficult time moving through the state this time of the year. The GEFS temperature trend shows a steady, moderate increase in temps going into May.
Enjoy the weekend!
72° to start our Saturday in Pompano this morning with partly cloudy skies. Winds have come down quite a bit overnight and will continue to drop off some more. With the easterly/southeasterly flow we still cannot rule out showers from time to time but nothing widespread is expected.
High today will be 80° with the only hazard being rip currents at the beaches. Overall weekend rainfall totals will be light and not expected to be above 0.1 inches.
Next front will approach the peninsula on Sunday and stall over central Florida on Tuesday. An area of low pressure is likely to form along this stalled front and will increase our rain chances Wednesday and Thursday.
Here is Pompano Beach from this morning. Enjoy the day!