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7:30 AM | August closes out on a nice note...tropics to stay active

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Mostly sunny, warm, highs in the low 80’s

Tonight

Partly cloudy, comfortable, lows near 60

Thursday

Partly sunny, warm, low 80’s

Friday

Partly sunny, pleasant temperatures, near 80

Saturday

Partly sunny, warm, more humid, chance for a shower or thunderstorm, low 80’s

Sunday

Partly sunny, warm and humid, chance for a few showers and thunderstorms, mid 80’s

Monday

Partly sunny, not as warm, chance for more showers and thunderstorms and they could get rather heavy, highs in the mid-to-upper 70’s

Discussion

High pressure continues to control our weather and we’ll experience another nice day in the Mid-Atlantic. The high moves off the coast by the weekend and a low pressure system with associated frontal systems will head into the East and make our weather somewhat unsettled and humid for the weekend and early part of next week. Meanwhile, the tropics are still rather active and Tropical Storm “Katia” is slowly churning its way westward in the Atlantic. It may become a strong hurricane within a few days, but it won’t affect the US east coast until later next week - if ever. There are some indications that it will eventually make a turn to the north and then northeast staying away from the east coast; however, it is simply too far away to write it off. Elsewhere, low pressure may form in the Gulf of Mexico over the next few days and this could develop into a tropical system that threatens the Gulf Coast and will have to be monitored.

Video

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDecCzBRebY