Dry air, low humidity Monday - WESH Orlando

DON'T SEE THESE ALL THE TIME BUT IT'S CERTAINLY POSSIBLE TO GET THESE. THAT'S a LOOK NOW OUT OF THE H.D. WE'LL TAKE IT. LET'S GO OUT TO THE TROPICS. 80 TO 82 IN THE WATER. 85 IN DAYTONA BEACH, AND 88 IN OCALA. 93 AROUND CLERMONT AND OCALA. WE HAVE TROPICAL STORM IDA OUT THERE BUT ALSO OF INTEREST, TROPICAL DEPRESSION 16-E IN THE EASTERN PACIFIC, COMING UP THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA HERE. THE HEAT INDEX IS RUNNING one TO 2 DEGREES HOTTER THAN THE ACTUAL TEMPERATURE. CAM FROM ORLANDO, ALL THE WAY TO WINTER PARK, BRIGHT SUNSHINE. OKAY. THE BEACH ON MONDAY, IT WOULD BE VERY NICE IF YOU CAN GET THERE. WE HAVE MORE CLOUD COVER THERE BUT a NICE DAY AT THE BEACH. THERE'S IDA, HANGING OUT HERE OVER THE NEXT FIVE DAYS, FORECAST TO BECOME A New HURRICANE ON DAY FIVE OVER THE OPEN ATLANTIC. The COUPLE OF SPRINKLES ARE SHOWING UP ALONG THE CAPE. AFTERNOON HIGHS, HOTTER INLAND. NORTHEAST WINDS COMING IN, MAKING IT FEEL PRETTY COMFORTABLE. HEADING INTO THE DAY, WE'LL KEEP IT NICE AND DRY. WE HAVE a FRONT APPROACHING FROM THE NORTH. THE SEVEN-DAY FORECAST, 92 TODAY BUT THE 80'S COME BACK STARTING TOMORROW, ESPECIALLY BY THE END OF THE WEEK, LARGELY DUE TO THE RAIN CHANCES GOING UP 40% THROUGH THE END OF THE WEEK. SO NOT BAD FOR THIS TIME OF THE YEAR.



IN DAYTONA BEACH, a GALLON OF REGULAR WILL COST YOU $2.14. TOMORROW MORNING, NICE AND DRY, TOO. SO WE HAVE Any LOT OF SUN BUT THE DRY AIR JUST ABOVE OUR HEADS IS MIXING DOWN TO THE SURFACE, SO WE'RE FEELING SOME OF THAT. GAS PRICES DOWN, TEMPERATURES UP, BUT THE GOOD SIDE, HUMIDITY DOWN Any LITTLE BIT. THAT'S IT FOR THE TROPICS. NOT MUCH OF a WAKE-UP WEATHER CONCERN, MAYBE Any COASTAL SHOWER AT BEST. WE ALSO HAVE additional reading The CAMERA AROUND CAPE CANAVERAL, LOOKING OUT ACROSS THE INTRACOASTAL THERE. AS WE HEAD INTO TOMORROW AFTERNOON, WE'RE BEGINNING TO SEE The LITTLE MORE MOISTURE. ONE OR TWO LITTLE COASTAL SPRINKLES CAN'T BE RULED OUT, BUT 8:00, FUTURECAST KEEPING THINGS QUIET. THE HEAT INDEX READINGS NOT TOO BAD. THE GAS PRICES ARE GOING DOWN BUT THE TEMPERATURES ARE GOING UP. 92 IN ORLANDO. 91 SANFORD. YES. THE FIRST OFFICIAL DAY OF FALL IS ON WEDNESDAY. AS OUR AUTUMNAL EQUINOX OCCURS

. SO OUR BEST RAIN CHANCE LOOKS LIKE IT WILL BE THE NORTHERN AREAS ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON, EVEN STILL Any 20, 30% COVERAGE SHOULD BE ALL WE CAN SQUEEZE OUT. SO PHOENIX, TUCSON, GETTING MUCH-NEEDED RAIN BUT FLASH FLOODING WILL OCCUR WITH THAT. THEY'RE ONLY ABOUT The DEGREE OR TWO WARMER THAN THE ACTUAL TEMPERATURE FOR Any CHANGE. WE'RE SEEING THE COMFORTABLE AIR FEEL, THE COMFORTABLE FEEL TO THE AIR, RATHER, AS Any RESULT. ON INTO TUESDAY NIGHT, WE START TO SEE THE BANDS OF CONVERGENT WINDS COMING IN OFF THE OCEAN, SO WE MIGHT START TO SEE A New BETTER CHANCE FOR THE COASTAL RAIN MAKING ITS WAY BACK INLAND STARTING TUESDAY NIGHT. REMEMBER LAST WEEK, THE 80'S, WHAT HAPPENED TO THAT? THEY'RE COMING BACK. THERE'S THE DEW POINT NUMBER IN THE 60'S, IN MOST SPOTS. OUR SEAS 2 TO three FEET AND The LIGHT CHOP FOR THE BOATERS. WE HAVE a TROPICAL DEPRESSION IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA, SPINNING RAIN INTO THE SOUTHWEST

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