FRIDAY UPDATE:  Weekend Wet at Times

Good morning!  May ends today.  It’s the last day of “Meteorological Spring”. While today will be mostly dry, the first weekend of the month of June will be wet at times.  Scattered random showers and storms.  (some strong)  Be flexible with your weekend plans. Monday through Wednesday looks routine for June.  Widely scattered spotty storms, mostly in the afternoon and evening hours. Highs near 90.  Routine.  No big ticket weather, and the tropics are quiet.  The hurricane season official first day is Saturday. Here’s My brief forecast discussion.

TODAY:   Sun/cloud mix.  Rain chance 20% or less.   High near 90.    Low tonight 70.  Light wind.

NEXT FEW DAYS:  Be flexible with your outdoor plans this weekend. Saturday will feature scattered showers and thunderstorms.  Some storms could be strong to possibly severe. Marginal Severe Risk. Storms could be a little more numerous Sunday.  Smaller rain probabilities Monday through Wednesday.

Here’s the expected rainfall outlook through the next 5 days. Showers and thunderstorms.  

 BEACH FORECAST:   Not a bad weekend Beach forecast.  Random storms.  Sun/cloud mix.  Comfortable temperatures. 

 Thanks for reading the blog. There will be another complete Blog update and video forecast discussion tomorrow morning.  This morning, everything is normal including LIVE on the Radio from 6 to 9AM on NewsTalk 93.1 – WACV.  Have a nice day!


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