9/3 – Payton’s Tuesday Afternoon Forecast

FORECAST: A hot, hot afternoon, but one thing you might notice is it’s not as humid. Highs will climb into the mid 90s with abundant sunshine. believe it or not this continues all workweek. It’ll be sunny and hot every afternoon. Rain chances and high humidity won’t return until we head into the weekend.

TROPICS: We’ll likely see more tropical cyclones form over the next several weeks as multiple areas are being watched for development. Next names are Fernand, Gabrielle and Humberto.

Dorian will continue to move along the Southeast Coast through this week. A tropical depression has formed in the Gulf of Mexico and could become a storm as it moves into Mexico this week. A few other disturbances could develop as well. Only Dorian is an immediate threat to the U.S. but we’ll have to monitor the waves coming out of Africa for the next several weeks. Overall it is the peak of hurricane season and it’s never a bad idea to review your hurricane plan.

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