SUNDAY WEATHER UPDATE – the models have changed
This morning’s forecast
and models of the system we’ve been watching show that the projected track has changed. The models are split now – some showing the system turning NW after entering the Gulf and moving across Central and Northern Florida.
The NHC forecast states that gusty winds and heavy rainfall will hit South Florida and The Keys later today. The NHC warns that the central and northern Florida and the eastern Gulf areas should monitor the disturbance. A NOAA Hurricane Hunter aircraft is scheduled to investigate the system this afternoon. We will send out another update after that.
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