Debby has weakened over the last 24 hours as max sustained winds are down to 45 mph. At one time yesterday, winds were at 60 miles per hour sustained. Debby is slowly moving to the northeast at 3 mph, and this path should continue until she makes landfall somewhere along the coast of Florida. Slight stengthening is possible, but it looks as though Debby will not become a hurricane before making landfall. The biggest problem will be heavy rain over Florida the rest of the week. We will be on the dry side of the tropical system, so we’re not expecting any rain from Debby, but we may see some less humid air by the middle half of the week with north winds. For us over Acadiana, expect a dry, hot week. It will be a little cooler late this week and into the weekend.