Weekend Forecast

Tropical storm Karen has weakened because of shear and dry air. It will move into the Mississippi delta this evening with a second landfall near Pensacola Sunday evening. We are expecting no impacts other than to cause higher water levels near Cedar Key around 2-3' above normal. Showers will be isolated this afternoon. Sunday a few more scattered showers are possible. Moisture from Karen will boost rain chances just a bit over the area Monday as Karen passes into Georgia. We may get breezier conditions Monday from the west as the storm rolls north into Georgia. Karen is expected to make landfall Saturday evening near Louisiana and then continue close to Pensacola Sunday as a tropical storm.

Saturday: Variable clouds and humid, breezy weather expected. High temperatures should be in low 90'sbefore seeing late afternoon / early evening scattered thunderstorms pop up after 5pm. Southeast winds 5-15 mph with higher gusts the second half of the day.

Sunday: As this Low continues to come ashore in the Gulf we are expecting scattered thunderstorms at around a 30% coverage and otherwise variable clouds. High temperatures are forecasted in the upper 80's and winds should turn Southwest at 5 - 10 mph.

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Monday: Karen will be over Gerogia and we will see breezier west winds and a drying trend by Tuesday. A band of rain is possible over the area Monday but would not be a long lasting event. Less humidity takes over with a dry week starting Tuesday.

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