We didn't see the nicest Friday around with plenty of cloud cover and quite a few heavy down pours pushing through the area. Unfortunately we are not done.
We can expect more waves of moisture to push north as circulation around an upper low to our south taps into deep tropical moisture out of the Gulf. Look for periods of rainy weather through the overnight and into Saturday. We should see a reduction in coverage late Saturday and especially into Sunday, but keep the rain gear handy. One positive is that the rain cooled air will keep highs down in the middle 80s.
The Atlantic tropics are still pretty quiet. The National Hurricane Center is watching a tiny area of disturbed weather off the coast of Belize. The moisture is expected to push north across the Yucatan Peninsula, but it is unlikely we will see any tropical development. The Eastern Pacific is already on named storm number three Carlos. If you are planning a trip to Acapulco you may want to keep an eye out.
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