Another ridge of high pressure has set itself up over the Deep South yet again, which means partly to mostly sunny skies and temperatures above normal for the next few days.
Fall began this morning, but summertime highs stay with us through at least this week with highs in the low and middle 90s. The coming week will be mostly dry, but there is a chance of a few showers or thunderstorms on Tuesday afternoon.
In the tropics, Tropical Storm Jerry is expected to pass to the the north of the islands of the Caribbean, but Bermuda may take a direct hit by the middle of next week. The storm is no threat to the U.S.
Tropical Storm Karen, just east of the Leeward Islands and another disturbance just off the coast of Africa have good chances of developing/strengthening in the next five days. Storm Team 12 will continue to monitor this tropical activity.