ORLANDO, Fla. — The tropics came to an abrupt halt on Wednesday. For the first time since Sept. 7, we are not watching any systems in the Atlantic Basin.
This is great news to close the last full week of September as we slowly move downslope from the hurricane season’s peak.
TROPICAL MOISTURE WILL TRAVEL BACK TO FLORIDA
Tropical moisture will be moved back to Central Florida this next weekend. A warm front will push this moisture and ramp up the rain chances starting Friday.
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