Rain Chances Increase by Friday as System Monitored in Gulf

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What to Know

  • The National Hurricane Center now gives the disturbance a 60 percent chance of development over the next five days.

  • Needless to say, expect periods of rain to enter the forecast again Friday into Saturday and kick out by early next week.

South Florida will need to keep their umbrellas handy over the Memorial Day weekend – as a disturbance in the western Caribbean continues to threaten the area with potential downpours starting at the end of this week.

The National Hurricane Center now gives the disturbance a 60 percent chance of development over the next five days. This broad area of low pressure will lift north before having a good chance to intensify later this week and weekend.

The area of development should be well west of South Florida – somewhere in the central or eastern Gulf of Mexico – which would mean a little less rain and wind, while a track farther east means more rain and more wind.

Needless to say, expect periods of rain to enter the forecast again Friday into Saturday and kick out by early next week. Several inches of rain is possible this weekend with a potential for more depending on the exact track.


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