Afternoon temperatures reach the upper 70s to lower 80s.
An area of high pressure will remain near South Florida so the onshore wind pattern will continue into next week. When we have conditions like this, it remains a possibility to see thunderstorms develop every afternoon. Winds will be out of the west to southwest.
Overnight, expect cloudy skies and windy conditions with gusts of 30 to 40 miles per hour. Temperatures reach the lower to middle 80s and the mugginess continues.
Tonight will become mostly clear and mild with lows in the mid 60s. This may increase the strength of the storms.
An additional 2 to 3 inches of rain is possible Tuesday and Wednesday. Rain totals for many could range from 5 to 10 inches since last weekend
Highs will tumble into the rain-cooled 80s behind the front Thursday and stay there through this weekend. Storms will fade after sundown, then we'll be left with only a slight chance of rain overnight, along with some clouds and lows in the upper 60s. It'll be breezy as well, so it won't be a very good boating day. Later this week, rain chances ease some but not entirely. A few pop-up isolated showers or storms are possible at any time during the day.
Mostly sunny skies with highs closer to seasonal normal, in the upper 90s.
We'll see quiet weather for the remainder of the overnight, with humid lows in the mid-70s. As temps warm up, we can not rule out a few isolated showers, but most of us will likely not see any activity.
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