The models are continuing to show development of a system along a quasi-stationary boundary located south of Florida. The windy conditions and rip currents that much of the Sunshine State’s east coast is experiencing will likely sustain their current strength or even worsen in the next couple of days as high pressure centered over Pennsylvania builds. Where this spin-up tracks will determine if areas in the south experiencing drought conditions will receive any support from mother nature. Currently, it appears as though this area of vorticity will track up into Georgia and potentially track into eastern Tennessee and Kentucky. As I mentioned in a previous post, this looks to potentially bring rain to the Bluegrass region and east, and likely increase cloud cover to the west. This looks to be the next best chance for rain that the state will see, so this is the area to watch heading into the middle of next week.
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