The weekend is here and we will be right in the middle of a tug-of-war between 2 air masses. We are stuck between one air mass loaded with moisture and the other with dry air. The first image shows us all the cloud cover across Cuba and the Florida Straits.
These will be the two main players in our weekend out look.
The Upper Low is dragging plenty of moisture from the Caribbean and causing plenty of rain over Cuba.
We had some downpours by the Keys along with heavy downpours Friday night with plenty of lightning over Miami-Dade and Broward .
Over the Atlantic, there is dry air trying to make its way across South Florida as well. The question is, "Who will win the battle?'
The models are suggesting, the Upper Low will move into the Eastern Gulf of Mexico over the weekend, with the high staying more or less put in the Atlantic. For us this means a few morning showers along the East Coast, with heavy downpours across the Everglades and SW Florida in the afternoons.