Mainly Sunny and Dry through Labor Day

Hurricane Dorian to Strenghten

Looking good through the long holiday weekend as we’ll stay mostly sunny and dry as we continue to enjoy the lower humidity. We’ll wake up to fall-like conditions Friday morning, so grab a cup o’ joe and relax on the porch before you start your TGIF!

Many questions coming in about Hurricane Dorian. As he churns away in the warm, inviting waters of the Atlantic, he’ll get stronger as he approaches the southeast coast. The latest track has Dorian coming ashore by Labor Day afternoon as a possible major Cat 4 with max winds of 130 mph. Landfall looks to be near Vero Beach, FL at this point, but the cone of uncertainty still stretches across all of the Florida east coast up into Georgia north of Brunswick.

As of this writing, I am not expecting Hurricane Dorian to affect us much at all. Maybe some wind as early as Monday and possibly rain. A surface front from the northwest aims to steer him away from our area and keep him on the eastern side of I-75 next week.  If the current path and weather conditions hold on, we should dodge Dorian. Stay tuned…

Have a great evening!

-Miller

miller@wltz.com

 

 

 

 

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