Only isolated rain chances for now. More storms possible by Thursday.
Happy Tuesday! I'm Meteorologist Ashley Batey with a pleasant afternoon with only isolated rain chances.
An isolated brief shower Tuesday with only a 10% chance and Wednesday will only bring a 20% chance. I-4 southward will be the most likely spot to see any quick rainfall. Overall, some clouds will mix in from time to time, but Northeast winds will keep us warm and relatively dry today.
Humidity levels begin to rise Thursday and Friday, warming us up overnight into the 70s again, and bringing a chance of afternoon thunderstorms back into the mix.
Hurricane Joaquin remains a Category 1 hurricane with sustained winds of 80 miles per hour. It is now moving quickly to the NE at 17 mph. Joaquin is about 420 miles NNE of Bermuda and will likely bring gusty winds and rain to parts of Europe late in the week.
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