TROPICAL AIR PUSHED SOUTH

Polar air to control our weather the next few days

Polar air to control our weather the next few days

Frontal showers will soon exit the state as we enjoy sunny, less humid days for a while. With overnight lows dipping into the 40s in parts of north Florida, heaters will be turned on for the first time this fall in many places. Those with space heaters should remember the danger of having flammable materials too close to the burners.

We are usually reminded to change batteries in smoke alarms when we change our clocks back to standard time. Since we now don’t reset them until November, I recommend you do that now.

There are still no tropical storms in our Atlantic waters, thanks to a healthy El Nino. The tropical wave in the Caribbean is under a shear environment and moving towards an upper level low over Nicaragua and Honduras which inhibits storm development.

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