Miami (CBSM) – By mid-week, our weather will not change much.
Wednesday morning was dry and hot, but another round of wet weather rolled in the afternoon.
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High pressure continued to flow from the western Atlantic and south-southwest in the Gulf of Mexico.
Today, as the afternoon lowers to the 90’s and the sea level rises, scattered rains and hurricanes grow around noon and rise this afternoon and evening. Some hurricanes cause lightning, windstorms, heavy rains, and flooding in places. The maximum potential for local flooding is in the East Coast metro areas due to the leader’s flow.
As the Atlantic Ocean intensifies to the east, the northeast of the Gulf of Mexico is northeast of South Florida.
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Although some hurricanes are possible in the afternoon and evening, the chances of rain in the last few days will not be very high due to the slightly dry weather. The highest rainfall is in and around Lake Okeechobee. On Friday, the highs reach the low 90s.
This weekend, high pressure is moving from the Bahamas to the western Atlantic. This makes it easier for winds to blow in the east coast of South Florida.
Extreme levels of rainfall and thunderstorms will intensify this weekend on the Inland and West Coast. However, some rains and hurricanes start early in the morning on the east coastal metro areas.
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Weekends are not as hot as the ocean winds. This weekend the highs will be close to 90 degrees.