Satellite imagery over Florida continues to show a relatively dry east to west wind flow across the state. Generally below normal rain chances expected. All activity will travel east to west and be a bit more concentrated on the interior and western portions of the peninsula.
Satellite imagery over the Caribbean show a large coverage of Saharan dust over the region. Also of note is a low pressure system swirling over the central Atlantic.
Satellite imagery over Florida shows a deep layered east to west wind flow across the state. Drier air associated with the wind flow regime has significantly reduced the development of showers and thunderstorms.
Full disk satellite imagery continues to show the large swath of Saharan dust blowing across the Atlantic. This dust along with strong wind shear and cooler ocean temperatures are making any development very difficult in the tropics.
Satellite imagery over the tropical Atlantic shows another massive Saharan dust cloud moving off of the west coast Africa. This along with below normal ocean temperatures have decreased the potential for tropical activity.
Florida satellite imagery over Florida shows the deep flow of tropical moisture has shifted westward to over the panhandle region. Surface ridge axis has shifted to the north. as seen by the low-level cumulus clouds over the ocean. In addition to the activity over the panhandle southerly flow will generate a majority of the afternoon thunderstorm activity over interior sections of the peninsula. All activity will travel south to north while upper level anvil clouds travel north to south.