Low Off Cape Canaveral Medium Chance To Become Subtropical Cylcone
NOAA’s National Hurricane Center continues to monitor an area of low pressure centered tonight about 50 miles east of Cape Canaveral, Florida.
The low does not have a well-defined circulation at the surface, but it is producing gale-force winds along the east-central Florida coastline eastward over the Atlantic for several hundred miles.
The low is moving northwest and should move inland over North-Central Florida by Monday morning, and over North Florida or the extreme northeast Gulf of Mexico by early Tuesday.
As long as the low remains over water, there remains a medium chance of development into a subtropical cyclone during the next 48 hours.
Regardless of develepment, strong gusty winds and locally heavy rain are expected over portions of the southeast U.S. tonight and Monday.
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