WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — The steering winds will continue to be offshore, keeping storms in the forecast along the east coast through Friday.
A disturbance in the Gulf will eventually work its way across the panhandle and the northern part of the state.
For now, it looks weak but will keep storms in the forecast through Friday.
Highs will be in the low 90's. Average is 89.
By this weekend, the Bermuda high re-establishes itself in the western Atlantic.
This will bring back an onshore wind, which will bring us morning showers along the coast and inland storms late in the day.
In the Tropics:
Hurricane Larry is a CAT 3 with winds of 115 MPH. Expected to weaken a bit as it passes just to the east of Bermuda on Thursday.
Larry then skirts near Newfoundland, pushes into the north Atlantic, and weakens.
A disturbance in the Gulf has a 40% chance of development. It is forecast to push across north Florida on Friday and then move into the Atlantic.