TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Good Tuesday morning! It's another warm and humid start outside with temperatures near 70° and partly cloudy skies. We've dried out after some strong storms yesterday afternoon. Highs will climb back toward the lower 90's this afternoon with winds from the east/southeast and another round of afternoon scattered showers and storms. While rain chances become a bit more isolated tomorrow and Thursday, we'll continue to see the daily round of scattered storms in the afternoons with highs in the 90's and lows near 70°.
After making landfall in Mexico yesterday, the remnants of Agatha have a 60% chance for re-development in the far Southwestern Gulf of Mexico or northwestern Caribbean Sea over the next 5 days according to the National Hurricane Center. If it can re-develop, it will likely move east or northeast towards Cuba during the mid/late week period. There is still quite a bit of uncertainty in the forecast, but local impacts will likely not be felt. It'll likely bring a surge of moisture into central and south Florida this weekend. We'll keep a close eye on this potential system as it could be the first named storm in the Atlantic Basin.
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