Tropical Storm Sandy is spinning in the Caribbean Sea and aiming for Jamaica. A hurricane warning is in effect for Jamaica and Eastern Cuba. The long range models are all in agreement that Sandy will move North eventually impacting the Bahamas before turning NE and drifting toward Bermuda.
As Sandy moves over the Bahamas, we will see an increase in cloud cover, the winds will pick up, and we could received 1-2" of rain from Thursday through Saturday. A Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for Coastal Waters from Palm Beach South through Broward and Miami-Dade, including Biscayne Bay, for increasing winds and choppy to rough seas. Boating is NOT advised.
Right now our thoughts are with our friends in Jamaica and Cuba as they ready for the possibility of Category 1 system rolling over them.