WET, BREEZY WEDNESDAY...UNSETTLED THROUGH END OF WEEK
Deep tropical moisture will stream overhead Tuesday, providing plenty of rain across the Palm Beach county and Treasure Coast region. Expect rain to frequent the day, and be quite heavy when it does fall. Tropical depression 9 continues to churn in the eastern Gulf of Mexico, pumping up deep tropical moisture into all of Florida. TD 9 is forecast to strengthen to a tropical storm Tuesday and gradually make a turn back to the north and northeast through Thursday before making landfall over northwest Florida.
For our area, the Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast, 2-4" of rain in total is expected through Thursday with locally higher amounts in thunderstorms. There may be areas of flooding with any locally heavy rainfall.
Overall, the weather will stay unsettled through the end of the week with the rain chance remaining higher than normal. Some improvement will take shape toward the end of the holiday weekend/Sunday and Monday.
BEACH/BOATING OUTLOOK TUESDAY: A gusty south wind today will keep conditions rough, if not dangerous, on Atlantic waters today. The wind speed will range from 15-25 knots. Waves 2-4 feet. Small craft use caution. The rip current risk remains high at area beaches. High tideTuesday is around 7:15 AM.
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