A series of weather disturbances appear “lined up” from the Bahamas eastward. These boundaries can be described as wrinkles in the atmosphere and potential storm-makers. They are travelling along the heels of high pressure and shifting west (in our general direction). Since south Florida is in the path of potentially wet and active weather, we’ll need to keep tabs on the western Atlantic as well as the local radar. The good news… there’s no worry about any of these developing tropically. Just the same, weak tropical waves could send sporadic rain and thunderstorms on this track throughout the work week. Even in recent days squalls have come ashore with winds pushing in from the ocean. Gusty onshore winds will hold for another day or so, before decreasing. Meanwhile, the heat is staying strong. In Miami, we’ve had temperatures peaking in the 90’s each day this July (so far). Oppressive feeling humidity has also been persistent, but that’s expected as we roll into the heart of summer!