The humidity is at 75% though, nasty there.
We now have Hurricane Beryl thousands of miles away in the southeastern portion of the Caribbean!
And she will most likely not be coming towards any land mass at hurricane speeds, perhaps tropical storm?
So far as you can see she is predicted to stay south of the Florida peninsula. https://www.news4jax.com/weather/beryl-becomes-1st-hurricane-of-2018
Alberto, our first named storm before the season officially began in May never became a hurricane, only a tropical storm, still creating havoc in so many areas!
The tropical depression off the Carolinas too could form into something bearing watching!
Good night all!
Cannot write anymore.