Rain and winds could be weekend forecast in Sebastian, Florida

Tropical depression to be form near Florida.
Tropical depression to be form near Florida. (Credit: NOAA)

It’s still too early to forecast what the weather will be this weekend in Sebastian, Florida. However, the latest tracking models by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) don’t look promising. 

The weather disturbance is from the remnants of Hurricane Agatha, a storm out of the Pacific that will fizzle out on Wednesday. But now, forecasters say an area of low pressure carrying the hurricane’s remnants will merge where it could drift eastward towards Florida.

If the current track stays, we will get rain, which could impact the Blue Water Open Fishing Tournament at Capt. Hirams, and potentially the Pinewood Derby at the Pareidolia Brewing Company.

“This system is likely to become a tropical depression by Friday as it moves northeastward across the Yucatan Peninsula, the northwestern Caribbean Sea, and southeastern Gulf of Mexico,” NHC said in a statement.

The 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season begins Wednesday, June 1, 2022. The season will end on Wednesday, November 30, 2022.

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