Tropical moisture is surging north into Florida today ahead of an upper-level disturbance that is rotating across the Southeast. This will lead to above normal rainfall for most of the state through the end of the week, with locally strong afternoon thunderstorms possible in those typically favored areas along the sea breezes. Elsewhere in the Atlantic Basin, all remains calm and no tropical cyclone formation is expected through early next week. Cristina in the Eastern Pacific, however, will continue to strengthen as a Category 1 Hurricane, but the storm is not expected to impact any land areas.
6/11 Tropical Outlook
By Jeff Huffman • Jun 11, 2014