Deep tropical moisture will remain in place over South Florida on Sunday ahead of a weak front boundary. Sunday’s weather pattern is expected to mimic Saturday.
This will translate to a partly sunny start with storm clouds moving in by the afternoon and evening hours. Expect to see numerous showers and scattered thunderstorms for Father’s Day.
Local storm hazards, the potential for small hail, anytime downpours leading to street flooding, frequent lightning and gusty winds, will remain relevant.
The front is forecast to fizzle and move out by the start of Summer on Monday. Expect spotty to scattered showers and PM storms to start the season and work week.
Additionally, northeasterly winds will start to build up by Monday into Tuesday as an area of low pressure moves away from South Florida along the eastern seaboard. This will bring a moderate risk of rip currents to our local beaches.
There is an area of low pressure over the central Bay of Campeche forecast to move west before churning west-northwest in the days ahead.
The National Hurricane Center suggest this feature will become a tropical depression over the next couple of days. A recon mission is scheduled for this afternoon to investigate this feature.
This will have no direct impact on South Florida. It is moving towards eastern Mexico.
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