UPDATE (6:09 p.m.):
Lots of moisture coming from the Atlantic & winds favorable for funnel cloud formation along the East Central #Florida coast. Funnel clouds could develop waterspouts & brief tornadoes near/on coast.— Irene Sans (@IreneSans) May 20, 2019
#stormalert9 #Flwx pic.twitter.com/Hl06UJv9Xm
Isolated pop-up storms will develop this afternoon. Overall, the chance is 30%.— Rusty McCranie (@RMcCranieWFTV) May 20, 2019
Take whatever Mother Nature gives you today, the chance of rain starting tomorrow through Memorial Day looks to be 10% or less each day.
It's going to get hot and dry. pic.twitter.com/IqqXO0zig5
Hurricane hunters on the way to investigate “#Invest90L”— Irene Sans (@IreneSans) May 20, 2019
By satellite analysis, the system lacks defined center of circulation. It doesn’t have much time to develop as a cold front exits the U.S. & absorbs it! Welp!
Read forecast: https://t.co/r8lGHjvpGv pic.twitter.com/2l4duJOKVt
MEMORIAL WEEKEND OUTLOOK
So far, the upcoming Memorial Weekend looks to be very hot and mostly stable. High humidity will make the afternoon temperatures feel as if they were close to the triple digits. Make sure to keep this in mind when planning for the holiday weekend.
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