The forecast may be “tropical” but not a washout

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The forecast will not be a washout but we can expect to see those isolated or hit and miss pop-up showers and storms. There are two tropical disturbances, one in the northern Gulf and one-off the southern Florida coast. 

At the time I’m writing this discussion, there are eight features in the Tropical Atlantic. Two are tropical storms, Paulette and Rene, which are not going to impact the U.S. mainland. There are two waves off the African coast, so there will likely be two named storms in the next day, likely.

The rain may be choked off a bit from the energy becoming more contained and a cool front Sunday into Monday pushing the energy out south and east throughout the day Tuesday. 

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