- We are stuck between high pressure over the Bahamas and a weak disturbance across the Gulf of Mexico. Most of the wind flow will be off the Atlantic Ocean dragging in tropical moisture and dumping it across South Florida. Whenever these pockets of moisture move in, we will see the chance for rain, so expect on and off anytime showers/storms.
- There is a weak tropical wave across Hispaniola. If it holds, it may move in Wednesday night with a few showers and storms.
National Update: Watching 2 areas
- The first. A cold front is expected to move over Montana early in the day, and across the Dakotas by nightfall. This should bring about the possibility of Severe Weather across that region.
- The second. Warm air will stick around from Texas through Georgia. This region could once again see strong storms by afternoon.
In the Tropics:
- Everything is quiet with only a few tropical waves moving East to West across the Atlantic. There is still some African dust floating across the Ocean keeping the atmosphere rather dry and not conducive for storm formation. The Bermuda High is still dominating and keeping conditions over the Atlantic very stable.