As thunderstorms roll through VW HQ here, let’s take a peek at the Sunshine State and see if any storms are greeting them this fine evening!
At 1053pm EDT, the temperature at Punta Gorda, FL was 72 degrees under fair skies. Strong high pressure is controlling much of the Eastern Seaboard, keeping everywhere from Cape Cod to Cape Canaveral dry. Some isolated showers have popped up from time to time around the Miami area, as precip rides along the southern periphery of the high pressure. This activity isn’t expected to really make it across the Peninsula to the Punta Gorda area, so dry weather looks to be in store for the next couple of days! Thursday will warm up a couple of degrees as the cloud cover decreases, but still another pleasant day!
Wednesday: Partly cloudy. High 89, Low 62.
Thursday: Sunny and slightly warmer. High 91, Low 64.
TWC: Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High 90, Low 62.
Thursday: Sunny. High 93, Low 63.
AW: Wednesday: Mostly sunny and breezy. High 91, Low 61.
Thursday: Warm with plenty of sun. High 92, Low 63.
NWS: Wednesday: Sunny and breezy. High 88, Low 64.
Thursday: Sunny. High 88, Low 67.
WB: Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High 89, Low 63.
Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 92, Low 66.
WN: Wednesday: SITE DOWN.
Thursday: SITE DOWN.
FIO: Wednesday: Partly cloudy starting in afternoon. High 89, Low 64.
Thursday: Partly cloudy in the morning. High 91, Low 68.
Not much going on in the Southeast currently thanks to that high pressure. Clouds off the Southeast FL coastline might bring some isolated showers to Miami, but not to Punta Gorda.