A ridge of high pressure will be over Florida to start the event on Wednesday, but the ridge breaks down on Thursday as a weak upper level trough moves over the region. This may allow a chance of showers, mainly in the afternoon and evening. The drier ECMWF model shows a weak ridge building back over the area for Friday and Saturday before a low pressure system approaches from the west on Sunday. The GFS model does not show as much of a ridge, and is faster to bring in the next low pressure system. If this occurs, there would be a higher chance of rain on Saturday. For now, I'm leaning toward the drier forecast because the ECMWF has been the more consistent of the two models - each run of the GFS seems to switch back and forth on the rain chances. In either case, temperatures look pleasant each day, with highs in the lower 80s.
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