It’s another warm and quiet day across the region, state and viewing area. Expect more of the same heading through the weekend as temperatures inland will reach into the mid-90s. High-pressure will begin to weaken going into the weekend but models still show an increase in precipitation chances this weekend as easterly winds over the Gulf and just daytime heating could trigger a few showers and storms this weekend.
The fly in the ointment continues to be what happens with PTC Nine. The current NHC track has it moving NW and approaching the Florida east coast Saturday evening with landfall around the Daytona beach area going into Sunday morning as a tropical storm. If this is the case we will remain dry as a predominant N/NE wind will affect the Mississippi Gulf coast.