Happy Saturday!

We started off our day chilly and breezy with lots of sunshine and all that sunshine stuck around throughout this afternoon.

Overall our Saturday night looks dry and clear! Lows will still be on the cooler side, below normal for this time of year, bottoming out in the low 50s.

Sunday morning we’ll start the day cool and quiet with a mix of sun and clouds but the sunshine wont be sticking around for too long.

During the afternoon we’ll begin to see more clouds develop and roll in overhead.

Following those clouds, we’ll see some showers start to develop late in the evening.


As Fiona continues to weaken and push north, we are now turning our attention to Tropical Storm Ian.

As of Saturday evening, Ian is churning just south of Jamaica, during the second half of this weekend Ian will continue to strengthen and march west, reaching Hurricane strength by early Monday morning.

Early this week Ian will take a turn to the north, new model guidance has Ian taking a more western track. This means that instead of passing directly over western Cuba it might stay out over the water passing through the Yucatan Channel. Staying out over water could help to further strengthen Ian and could cause a more western landfall, more towards Tampa or the Panhandle.

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