WATCHING LOW PRESSURE BETWEEN FLORIDA AND BERMUDA

The National Hurricane Center forecasts a 70% chance of a subtropical storm forming.

The damp northeast winds that blew in over the weekend will give way to warmer weather and partly sunny skies here, while a low pressure system in the Atlantic may grow into a subtropical storm by midweek. At 8 PM Monday, it was centered about 700 miles east of Vero Beach and 425 miles southwest of Bermuda. High pressure centered over the mid Atlantic states is blocking any significant movement other than a slight drift to the west or west northwest through Tuesday. Beginning Wednesday, the system will move on a northerly course in advance of a cold front that will bring our warming trend to a screeching halt Friday.

The front should kick the weakening low northeastward like a Friday night football away from the U.S. coast, while a cool, dry high pressure system from Texas will move across the southern U.S. over the weekend to provide us with crisp, autumn air which should help us enjoy all our outdoor weekend activities.

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