South Florida high pressure is weakening and the winds will be veering out of the south over the weekend. This will drag in tropical moisture from the Caribbean our way and increase our storm chance. Look for Saturday to be the wettest day this weekend with some brief downpours and dangerous lightning. Risk of rip currents will continue at the beaches.
By next week, typical chances return with sea breeze driven afternoon inland storms. Temperatures will remain steamy!
Tropical Depression Four was poorly organized as it moved toward the west-northwest quickly near 22 mph on Friday morning. This depression degenerated into a remnant low by Friday evening. The last advisory was issued during the 5pm advisory. Squally weather will be possible for the Lesser Antilles this weekend.
Have a wonderful day South Florida and make it a safe one!
WSVN Channel 7