It's not technically fall but it certainly feels like with highs today in the middle 70s! Northeast winds have produced a few sprinkles and showers, and we can't rule out a passing shower tomorrow as well. Otherwise, look for partly sunny skies with highs in the upper 70s on Sunday.
Warmer air starts to creep back in starting Monday and we return to average temperatures, in the middle 80s, by midweek. A shower or thunderstorm will be possible each afternoon this week as well.
We are two or so weeks away from the peak of hurricane season and the Atlantic is starting to reflect that.
Invest 98-L continues to sit over southeastern Florida. There are signs that it could get more organized over the coming days and develop into a tropical depression soon. At this point, it appears the system should stay off the southeast coast, tracking between Cape Hatteras and Bermuda.
Tropical Storm Dorian formed Saturday evening, located about 725 miles southeast of Barbados. Dorian is expected to strengthen into a hurricane as it approaches the Lesser Antilles and moves into the Caribbean on Tuesday.
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